Alex Hof
a then o then hof at wisc dot edu
480 Lincoln Dr
101 Van Vleck Hall, Desk #23
Madison, WI 53706
I'm a 4th-year PhD student in the Department of Mathematics at University of Wisconsin-Madison, where I am advised by Laurentiu Maxim. My research is in singularity theory, with an algebro-geometric bent — in particular, I'm interested in the Milnor fibration, the cohomology of its fiber, and the algebraic conditions under which it does and does not exist for map-germs defining (not necessarily isolated!) complete intersection singularities.

Currently, I sit on the department's Graduate Program Committee and its Committee for TA Policies and Procedures — if you're a grad student here and have questions, comments, or concerns about anything happening in the department or university, please don't hesitate to get in touch! I'm also happy to chat with prospective students and/or people who think they might be interested in working on singularities.

Further information about various aspects of my life can be found by following the links at the top of the page.