Botong Wang

Botong Wang

  Associate Professor
  Department of Mathematics
  University of Wisconsin-Madison
  Email: wang@math.wisc.edu
  Office: Van Vleck Hall 403

Vita

Education

  B.S, Peking University, 2002-2006

  Ph.D, Purdue University, 2006-2012

Positions

  Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2021-now

  Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2017-2021

  Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2016-2017

  Postdoc, KU Leuven, Fall 2015

  Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame, 2012-2015


Teaching

  This semester I teach MATH 222, Calculus 2. The lectures are on TTh 1pm-2:15pm at VV B102. All course related informations will be available on the Canvas page.

Here are the previous courses I have taught at Madison.

Research

I am interested in the topology of algebraic varieties, and its interaction with combinatorics and algebraic statistics. I am currently interested in the following topics.

  • The topological aspects of algebraic optimization problems
  • Fourier-Mukai (or Mellin) transformation and the generic vanishing theorems
  • Kazhdan-Lusztig theory for matroids
  • Schubert varieties of hyperplane arrangements and their generalizations


    Preprints and Publications


    Seminars and Conferences