John Wesley
Young Research Instructor
Department of Mathematics
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755
Office: 310 Kemeny Hall
Email: mikmet.ahsin(at)dartmouth(dot)edu
Since 2021 I am a postdoc at Dartmouth College, working in the topology group. Prior to that I did my PhD at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow under the supervision of Petya Pushkar. Here is my CV.
My research is in differential and symplectic topology. That is to say, I am interested in smooth and symplectic manifolds from the topological perspective. More specifically, I study Morse theory in its various flavors (e.g. parametric and infinite-dimensional) as well as K-theoretic invariants such as Reidemeister torsion. For this I often use tools from persistent homology. Lately I have also been applying these tools in knot theory.
Math 11 | Accelerated Multivariate Calculus | Fall 2021 |
Math 8 | Calculus of Functions of One and Several Variables | Winter 2022 |
Math 24 | Honors Linear Algebra | Winter 2022 |
Math 22 | Linear Algebra and Its Applications | Summer 2022 |
Math 13 | Calculus of Vector-valued Functions | Spring 2023 |
Math 20 | Probability | Summer 2023 |
Math 13 | Calculus of Vector-valued Functions | Winter 2024 |
Math 22 | Linear Algebra and Its Applications | Winter 2024 |