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My research interests are in hyperbolic geometry and arithmetic groups.

Virtually special embeddings of integral Lorentzian lattice. (avaible upon request)
(with Stephan Tillmann) Reflections on trisection genus. (submitted)
PhD Thesis: Quantifying virtual properties of Bianchi groups. (2018)
Special subgroups of Bianchi groups. (to appear in GGD)
Essential surfaces and intersections in the character variety. AGT, Vol. 17, 5 (2017) (arxiv)
(with Han Li) Small generators of Arithmetic Fuchsian groups. PAMS, Vol. 144, 12 (2016). (arxiv)
(with Colin Adams et al) Stick index of knots and links in the cubic lattice. JKTR, Vol. 21, No. 5 (2012). (arxiv)
Undergraduate Thesis: Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds as Discretized Configuration Spaces of Simple Graphs. (2011)


I am not teaching during the 2018-2019 academic year.

About Me

I am an NSF postdoc at UC Santa Barbara working with Darren Long. I completed my PhD in mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin, supervised by Alan Reid.

email: mchu[at]math.ucsb.edu
office: UCSB South Hall 6718

UCSB Directed Reading Program
GSTGC March 30-31 2019
Redbud Topology April 26-28 2019