University of California, Berkeley
Email: chualynn (at) berkeley.edu
I am a third year graduate student at UC Berkeley in the Computer Science Theory group, supported by a Berkeley University Fellowship. My advisors are Bernd Sturmfels and Alessandro Chiesa. Before coming to Berkeley, I got my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics with Computer Science from MIT.
My research interests include computational algebraic geometry, tropical geometry and cryptography.
On cycles of pairing-friendly elliptic curves
with Alessandro Chiesa, submitted.
- Schottky Algorithms: Classical meets Tropical
with Mario Kummer and Bernd Sturmfels, submitted.
From Curves to Tropical Jacobians and Back
with Barbara Bolognese and Madeline Brandt,
in Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry, 21-45, Fields Inst. Commun. 80, Fields Inst. Res. Math. Sci., 2017.
with Daniel Plaumann, Rainer Sinn and Cynthia Vinzant,
in Ordered algebraic structures and related topics, 81-105, Contemp. Math., 697, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 2017.
Proof of a conjecture of Guy on class numbers
with Benjamin Gunby, Soohyun Park and Allen Yuan,
International Journal of Number Theory, 11(4), 1345-1355 (2015).
Bounded gaps between primes in special sequences
with Soohyun Park and Geoffrey D. Smith,
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 143(11), 4597-4611 (2015).
Equipopularity classes of 132-avoiding permutations
with Krishanu Roy Sankar,
Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 21(1), (2014).
Gallai-colorings of triples and 2-factors of B3
with András Gyárfás and Chetak Hossain,
International Journal of Combinatorics, 929565 (2013).
Psi-epistemic theories: The role of symmetry
with Scott Aaronson, Adam Bouland and George Lowther,
Physical Review A, 88(3), 032111 (2013). Editor's suggestion.
- January 10, 2018. Talk on Schottky Algorithms: Classical meets Tropical at the NUS Department of Mathematics, Singapore.
- August 2, 2017. Talk on Gram Spectrahedra at the SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry 2017, Minisymposium on Real Algebraic Geometry and Optimization, Atlanta.
- June 27, 2017. Talk on Cycles of Elliptic Curves: Applications to Cryptography
at the Seminar on Non-Linear Algebra, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig.
- February 14, 2017. Talk on Gram Spectrahedra at the
Trends in Optimization Seminar (TOPS), University of Washington.
Six Quantum Pieces
with Valerio Scarani and Shi Yang Liu (World Scientific, Singapore, 2010).