CLE Moore Instructor at MIT

I am a mathematician working on topics at the interface of Complex analysis and Probability theory. My research is supported by the NSF research grant DMS-1953945.

My current research focuses on themes that aim at enlightening the connections among Random conformal geometry, Geometric function theory, and Teichmueller theory. The motivation also comes from Mathematical Physics. I spend most of my time playing with

I obtained my Ph.D. advised by Wendelin Werner in May 2019 at ETH Zurich. Before that, I studied at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris and University Paris-Sud (Paris-Saclay). You can find my CV here.

In Spring 2021, I am teaching the undergraduate course 18.04 Complex Variables with Applications.

I am co-organizing the MIT Probability seminar.

My current research focuses on themes that aim at enlightening the connections among Random conformal geometry, Geometric function theory, and Teichmueller theory. The motivation also comes from Mathematical Physics. I spend most of my time playing with

*Loewner energy, Schramm-Loewner evolutions, Gaussian free field,**Weil-Petersson Teichmuller space,**determinants of Laplacians, Brownian loop measure, minimal surfaces in hyperbolic 3-space*, etc. You are welcome to check out the slides and videos of my research lectures.I obtained my Ph.D. advised by Wendelin Werner in May 2019 at ETH Zurich. Before that, I studied at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris and University Paris-Sud (Paris-Saclay). You can find my CV here.

In Spring 2021, I am teaching the undergraduate course 18.04 Complex Variables with Applications.

I am co-organizing the MIT Probability seminar.

**Address:**

Department of Mathematics, Office 2-167,

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

77 Massachusetts Avenue

Cambridge, MA 02139

**Email:**

yilwang[at]mit[dot]edu