Da Rong (Daren) Cheng
I'm an L. E. Dickson Instructor at the University of Chicago, Department of Mathematics. I obtained my PhD in mathematics from Stanford University under the supervision of Prof. Richard Schoen. Before going to Stanford, I was an undergraduate math major at the National Taiwan University (NTU).
My research interests are partial differential equations, differential geometry and geometric measure theory.
- Asymptotics for the Ginzburg-Landau equation on manifolds with boundary under homogeneous Neumann condition, submitted. [arXiv]
- Geometric Variational Problems: Regular and Singular behavior. PhD Thesis, Stanford University, June 2017.
- A compactness result for energy-minimizing harmonic maps with rough domain metric. Communications in Analysis and Geometry 25 (2017), No.5, 927-940. [Journal][arXiv]
- Autumn 2018: "Anaylsis in Rn (accelerated)" at UChicago [Course webpage]
- Spring 2018: "Abstract Linear Algebra" at UChicago
- Winter 2018: "Analysis in Rn" at UChicago
- Fall 2017: "Mathematical Methods for Physical Sciences I" at UChicago
I have collaborated with my colleagues to write notes on topics courses taught at Stanford.
Joint with C. Li and C. Mantoulidis.
Joint with O. Chodosh, N. Edelen, C. Henderson, P. Hintz, C. Mantoulidis.
E-mail: chengdr "at" uchicago.edu