Zhulin Li   李竺霖

Department of Mathematics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA 02139
Office: 2-231A
Email: zhulin@mit.edu
I am a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in mathematics at MIT working in algebraic topology. My advisor is Haynes Miller. I received my B.Eng. from Yao Class of Tsinghua University in 2016.
Publications and Preprints
Unstable Modules with the Top k Squares. Zhulin Li. Preprint 2020.
Box Product of Mackey Functors in Terms of Modules. Zhulin Li. Preprint 2015.
Harvesting Motion Patterns in Still Images from the Internet. Jiajun Wu, Yining Wang, Zhulin Li, Zhuowen Tu. CogSci 2014.

11/2020 Algebraic Topology Seminar at University of Michigan.
11/2020 Hopkins Topology Seminar at Johns Hopkins University.
11/2017 Kan Seminar at MIT.
9/2017 Kan Seminar at MIT.

I have been teaching assistants for 18.065, 18.615, 18.675 and 18.905.

PRIMES 2019. I mentored three high school students on reading Silverman's A Friendly Introduction to Number Theory and DeGroot and Schervish's Probability and Statistics.
PRIMES 2018. I mentored two high school students on reading Graham, Knuth and Patashnik's Concrete Mathematics.
RSI summer 2017. I mentored one high school student on the research problem Boundaries on the Number of Points in Acute Sets.
PRIMES 2017. I mentored two high school students on reading Stanley’s Enumerative Combinatorics, Volume 1.
DRP January 2017. I mentored one undergraduate on reading Brezis’s Functional Analysis, Sobolev Spaces and Partial Differential Equations.