### Mathematics

Ph.D.

University of Washington

2014

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## Xingting Wang, PHD

### Assistant Professor

### Department/Office

### School/College

## Biography

## Education & Expertise

## Education

### Mathematics

### Mathematics

## Expertise

### Algebra. Quantum groups, Poisson algebras, and homological algebra

## Academics

## Academics

### Math158 Calculus III Fall 2018

### Math6 College Algebra I Fall 2018

### Math210 Algebra II Spring 2019

### Math158 Calculus III Fall 2019

### Math197/208 Introduction to Modern Algebra I Fall 2019

### Math198/209 Introduction to Modern Algebra II Spring 2020

### Math 101 Proof and Problem Seminar I Fall 2020

### Math 419 Topics in Algebra Fall 2020

### Math 102 Proof and Problem Seminar II Spring 2021

### Math 419 Topics in Algebra

### Math 101 Proof and Problem Seminar I Fall 2021

### Math 210 Modern Algebra I Fall 2021

### Math 102 Proof and Problem Seminar II Spring 2022

### Math 211 Modern Algebra II Spring 2022

### Math 156 Calculus I Fall 2022

### Math 210 Modern Algebra I Fall 2022

## Research

## Research

### Specialty

Algebra. Quantum groups, Poisson algebras, homological algebra
### Funding

### Group Information

## Accomplishments

## Accomplishments

### Excellence in Teaching by a Postdoctoral Fellow, Temple University, 2015-2016

### Microsoft Scholar Award, University of Washington, 2007-2011

### 2nd Prize in Fudan Scholarship, Fudan University, 2005-2007

### 2nd Prize in National Math Contest in Modeling for Undergraduates, 2006

### Outstanding Freshman Scholarship, Fudan University, 2004

## Related Articles

### Poisson geometry and representations of PI 4-dimensional Sklyanin algebras

### The Poisson geometry of the 3-dimensional PI Sklyanin algebras,

### Poisson Dixmier-Moeglin equivalence from a topological point of view

### The Zariski cancellation problem for Poisson algebras

### Isomorphism classes of finite dimensional connected Hopf algebras in positive characteristic

Faculty

Faculty

- Mathematics

- College of Arts & Sciences

Dr. Xingting Wang did his undergraduate study at Fudan University in Shanghai, China. Dr. Xingting Wang earned his Ph.D. at University of Washington in 2014 under the supervision of Professor James Zhang. Then Dr. Xingting Wang held one year lectureship at University of California, San Diego. After that, Dr. Xingting Wang did his postdoc at Temple University with Professor Chelsea Walton during 2015-2018. Dr. Xingting Wang jointed Department of Mathematics, Howard University as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2018.

Since his Ph.D. in 2014, Dr. Xingting Wang has 41 total publications and several preprints on subjects vary through quantum groups, noncommutative algebraic geometry, Poisson geometry and mathematical physics. Many of the works are published in prestigious journals including Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, Advances in Mathematics, and Selecta Mathematica. Dr. Xingting Wang's current research projects are partially supported by Simons Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

Ph.D.

University of Washington

2014

B.A.

Fudan University

2007

My research interest lies in the interaction between noncommutative algebra and noncommutative geometry, where I use various tools from algebra and geometry to study interesting properties of noncommutative algebras and discover their applications in other fields of mathematics and physics.

``Quantum symmetries: Noncommutative geometry and solutions to the QYBE" (awarded), SQuaREs (Structured Quartet Research Ensembles), American Institute of mathematics. 2022-2024

``Quantum Symmetries: Fusion Rules, Braids, and indicators" (awarded), The Air Force Office of Scientific Research, $392,585. 09/01/2022-08/31/2025

``Quantum Symmetries: Fusion Rules, Braids, and Indicators" (awarded), Simons Foundation: Mathematics and Physics Sciences-Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians, $42,000. 09/01/2020-08/31/2025

Summer Faculty Research Fellowship at Howard University (awarded), $10,000. 06/21/2019-08/16/2019

AMS-Simons Travel Grants (awarded), Simons Foundation, $4,000. 07/01/2016-06/30/2018

Current Graduate Supervisor: Awn Alqahtani with thesis title "Quantum groups and their invariant theory" (expected graduation Spring 2023) Howard University.

Graduate Supervisor: Noel Bourne with thesis title "Classification of pointed Hopf algebras in characteristic two" Howard University, 2022 Spring.

"Nonsplit module extensions over the one-sided inverse of k[x]", participants: Zheping Lu, 2018-2019. A research paper was published in *Involve. A Journal of Mathematics* and the result was presented by Zheping Lu at MAA Allegheny Mountain Section's Spring Meeting at Shepherd University, March 2019.

"Pointed Hopf algebras of dimension $pq$", participants: Tiantian Liu and Si Chen, 2017-2018. A research paper was published in *Missouri J. Math. Sci.* and the result was presented by Tiantian Liu and Si Chen at MAA Allegheny Mountain Section's Spring Meeting at Penn State Behrend, April 2018.

"Hopf algebras and Frobenius-Schur higher indicators", participants: Hao Hu and Xinyi Hu, 2016-2017. A research paper was published in *Involve. A Journal of Mathematics* and the result was presented by Hao Hu at MAA Allegheny Mountain Section's Spring Meeting at Duquesne University, April 2017.

Sel. Math. 27, (2021), 1-60.

Proc. Lond. Math. Soc. (3) 118, no. 6 (2019), 1471-1500.

Israel J. Math. (2020), 1-37.

J. Lond. Math. Soc. 101 (2020) no. 3, 1250-1279

Adv. Math. 281 (2015), 594--623.