Arpan Pal (my cv)
PhD Student (Graduate Teaching Assistant)
Department of Mathematics
Texas A&M University
Office: Bloc 201F, 155 Ireland Street
College Station, Texas 77840
Email: arpantamu[at]tamu[dot]edu, arpantamu[at]math[dot]tamu[dot]edu


Education


Current-2017(Fall)—: PhD in Mathematics, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA

2014-2016: M.Sc in Mathematics with Master's thesis under Prof. KV Subrahmanyam, Chennai Mathematical Institute(CMI), Chennai, India

2010-2013: B.Sc(Hons) in Mathematics from Chandernagore Govt. College(Affiliated to The University of Burdwan), Chandannagar, West Bengal, India






Research Interest



Algebra,
Geometric Complexity Theory

I am working in Geometric Complexity Theory under the supervision of Prof. JM Landsberg.




Conferences


Attended TGTC(Texas Geometry and Topology Conference) in February, 2018 at University of Houston, Houston, Texas, USA.
Attended TAGS(Texas Algebraic Geometry Symposium) in April, 2018 at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA.
Attended TAGS(Texas Algebraic Geometry Symposium) during 8-10 February, 2019 at University of Texas Austin, Austin, Texas, USA.
Attended SLAM(Southwest Local Algebra Meeting) during 23-24 February, 2019 at University of Texas El Paso, El Paso, Texas, USA.
Attended Graduate Algebra Symposium on 2nd March, 2019 at The University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, USA.





Teaching Duties


Current(Summer 2019): In summer-I, I am RA under Prof. Gregory Pearlstein and in summer-II will be doing qual prep class for the Algebra qualifying exam.


Previous:
Spring 2019: I was TA for the course MATH 148(Calc-II for Biological Science) and did recitation for the sections 501, 502 and 503. This course was taught by Heather Ramsey.
Fall 2018: Was TA for MATH 151(Engineering Mathematics-I) and did recitation duties for the sections 570,571 and 572. This was taught by Dr. Shilin Yu.
Summer-I 2018: I was TA for MATH 141(Finite Mathematics) taught by Dr. Maya Johnson
Spring 2018: Grader for MATH 407(Complex Variables) taught by Prof. Gregory Pearlstein.
Fall 2017: Grader for MATH 415(Modern Algebra-I) taught by Prof. Matthew Papanikolas.




Personal Interests


  • Sports: I love playing badminton and football(Socker).
  • Cooking and eating: I'm a horrible cook but still I can't stop myself from doing experiments. Thanks to everyone who (has to)eat those, especially my flatmates.
  • Reading story books and listening music.
  • Watching movies: I watch all sorts of movies. I have a large list of movies those I want to watch as soon as I get some leasure time(which is already very hard to get and getting harder every day).