Hello, I am Fei Ye, an associate professor of mathematics at Queensborough Community College of CUNY. I earned my Ph.D. from UIC in 2011. I had held postdoc positions at Bar Ilan University and the University of Hong Kong. I am deeply passionate about mathematics, teaching, and learning, and I find great joy in sharing my knowledge with others.
My primary research interests lie in algebraic geometry, complex geometry, and commutative algebra. Currently, I am involved in various projects, including the exploration of geometric structures on Lie groups and algebraic varieties, as well as studying vanishing theorems and their applications. Please visit the Research and Seminars sections to explore my research work and learn about the various academic activities I’m engaged in.
As an educator, I am committed to teaching mathematics with great passion. I strongly believe that active engagement is the most effective way to learn mathematics. I have been using a variety of active learning techniques in my classes, such as group work, problem-solving, and hands-on activities. I am always looking for new ways to make mathematics more engaging and relevant for my students. To enhance their learning experience and facilitate a deeper understanding, and I’ve created a number of open educational resources (OER) in mathematics. You can find some of them on the Teaching section and Github.
In addition to my research and teaching, I always enjoy learning new things and sharing my discoveries with others. I write about mathematics on Math Writings and covers various other topics on Learn by Doing.
I am always looking for new ways to learn and grow, and I hope that you will join me on this journey. Please feel free to leave a comment or reach out to me.
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