Yiran Wang Welcome! I am an Assistant Professor at Department of Mathematics, Emory University. Before, I was
a Postdoc Scholar at Stanford University working with Prof. András Vasy. I also worked with Prof. Gunther Uhlmann as
an Acting Assistant Professor at University of Washington (with a joint position at IAS, HKUST).
I obtained my Ph.D from Purdue University under the supervision of Prof. Antônio Sá Barreto.
My research interests are microlocal analysis, inverse
problems, integral geometry, spectral and scattering theory.

TeachingIn 2020 Spring semester, I am teaching Math 250: Foundations of Mathematics.In 2019 Fall semester, I taught Math 112z: Calculus II. In 2019 Winter quarter, I taught two courses at Stanford. In 2018 Autumn quarter, I taught Math 19: Calculus at Stanford. In 2018 Summer and Spring quarter, I taught three courses at University of Washington.

ResearchMy publications and preprints are listed below.Preprint, 2020. Preprint, 2020. Preprint, 2019. Preprint, 2019. Submitted. Submitted. Analysis&PDE. Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics. Mathematische Annalen. SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis. Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré, Analyse Non Linéaire. Submitted. Journal of Spectral Theory. Inverse Problems and Imaging. Communications in Partial Differential Equations. SIAM Journal of Imaging Sciences. Journal of Spectral Theory. Communications in Mathematical Physics. Communications in Partial Differential Equations. 
Last updated: 032020. 