Michael Landry's Homepage
Washington University in Saint Louis
I am a postdoc in the WUSTL math department.
I finished my PhD at Yale in 2019. Before that, I was an undergraduate at UC Berkeley.
Research: Here is a list of my papers on the ArXiv. The versions below are possibly more up to date.
Talks: my upcoming and recent talks as well as video and/or slides, if available.
- 11/17: Rutgers seminar
- 10/27,29,30: visgat mini-course
- 10/23: WashU G/T seminar
- 10/3-10/4: AMS Eastern Sectional, special session on geometry of groups and 3-manifolds. Slides
- July 21: GaTO.
- Video. The recorded portion concerns Veering triangulations and the Thurston norm. There was a second, unrecorded part of the talk in which I discussed A polynomial invariant for veering triangulations, joint with Yair Minsky and Samuel Taylor. The slides for both parts are included above.
- June 1-14: NCNGT conference.
- Slides. I made them using Adobe Illustrator and a Wacom tablet.
- Video. I mostly talked about the paper Veering triangulations and the Thurston norm below.
- In Spring 2021 I am teaching Foundations for Higher Mathematics (Math 310).
- In Fall 2020 I am teaching Introduction to Analysis (Math 4111). The course webpage is on Canvas.
- In Spring 2020 I taught Differential Equations (Math 217) and Matrix Algebra (Math 309; course website was on Canvas)
- In Fall 2019 I taught Matrix Algebra (Math 309).