Mailing Address: [My Name] Fourth Year Graduate Student Department of Mathematics The University of Chicago 5734 S. University Avenue, Chicago, Il-60637 Office: Eckhart 16 Email: subhadip[at]math[dot]uchicago[dot]edu My Advisor: Danny Calegari |

## Papers and Preprints

I am currently interested in various topics in Low dimensional dynamics, Stable Commutator Length and related problems in Topology and Geometric Group Theory.- Stable Commutator Length and Quasimorphisms (Topic Proposal)
- Ziggurat fringes are self-similar (Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, available on CJO2015. doi:10.1017/etds.2015.75.)

## Teaching

### Winter 2017

- I will be teaching Math 153 in Winter 2017. The course webpage is available here.

### Autumn 2013-Spring 2016

- I was the grader for Graduate Differential Topology in Winter 2016 taught by Prof. Danny Calegari.
- I taught Math 152-153-133 in 2015-2016 academic year.
- I was the instructor for Math 15000 sequence in 2014-2015 academic year.
- I was a grader for Math 31800 (Graduate Differential geometry)in Winter 2015 taught by Prof. Sidney Webster.
- I was the grader for Math 31700 (Graduate Algebraic Topology) in Fall 2013 taught by Prof. Danny Calegari.
- I was a College Fellow for Prof. Eugenia Cheng who was teaching Math 16100-16300(Honors Calculus).

## Notes/Articles

### First Year materials

Look here.### Articles/Notes for seminars or projects

- An expository article on Siegel Discs as MATH 31400 (Spring 13) Analysis - 3: Final project.
- Notes for my talk in the Rigidity Seminar (Summer 2013) regarding Gromov's proof of Mostow Rigidity theorem.