## Andrew Krenz

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After graduating from Purdue University in 2018, I began

studying math as a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

I'm working with Tullia Dymarz and Chenxi Wu in the areas of

Geometric Group Theory and Dynamics.

I will be on the job market fall 2024. Here is a copy of my CV.

Feel free to contact me; my wisc dot edu e-mail address is "krenz3 at."

## Research

I like thinking about categories. In particular, I'm interested in categorical algebra, functional programming languages

(especially Haskell), and categorical database theory. I also have some familiarity with the applications of category theory

to quantum computing.

Here is a poster I presented at the University of Santiago de Compostela during the sixth international conference on category theory.

A preprint of this work will be available on the arxive soon. I am specifically seeking members of the category theory community

that would be willing to provide feedback on this work. Feel free to e-mail me for the current draft.
## Teaching

Term |
Course |
Position |

Fall 2018 |
Math 221: Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1 |
Teaching Assistant |

Spring 2019 |
Math 221 |
TA coordinator |

Fall 2019 |
Math 234: Calculus -- Functions of Several Variables |
TA coordinator |

Spring 2020 |
Math 222: Calculus and Analytic Geometry 2 |
TA coordinator |

Summer 2020 |
Math 221 |
Teaching Assistant |

Fall 2020 |
Math 234 |
TA coordinator |

Spring 2021 |
Math 340: Elementary Matrix and Linear Algebra |
Teaching Assistant |

Summer 2021 |
Math 240: Introduction to Discrete Mathematics |
Insructor of Record |

Fall 2021 |
Math 112: Algebra |
Instructor of Record |

Spring 2022 |
Math 112 |
Instructor of Record |

Summer 2022 |
Math 222 |
Instructor of Record |

Fall 2022 |
Math 221 |
TA coordinator |

Spring 2023 |
Math 222 |
Teaching Assistant |

Summer 2023 |
Math 240 |
Instructor of Record |

Fall 2023 |
Math 320:Differential Equations and Linear Algebra |
Teaching Assistant |

Summer 2024 |
Differential and Algebraic Topology (SEP) |
Instructor |

## Algebraic Topology Quals

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## Discrete Math Lecture Notes

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## Calc 2 Lecture Notes

## Higgins: Categories & Groupoids