Anusha M. Krishnan

Anusha M. Krishnan

About me

I am a fifth year graduate student in mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. I am interested in differential geometry and geometric analysis. My advisor is Wolfgang Ziller.

Before joining Penn I did an Integrated MSc (equivalent to 3 year BSc + 2 year MSc) in Mathematics and Scientific Computing from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, India.

Contact information

Office : Room 4C11, DRL
E-mail : anushakr[AT]math[DOT]upenn[DOT]edu

Papers and Preprints

  1. Four-dimensional cohomogeneity one Ricci flow and nonnegative sectional curvature [with R. G. Bettiol]
    Comm. Anal. Geom., to appear arXiv:1606.00778

  2. Making Matrices Better : Geometry and topology of polar and singular value decomposition [with D. DeTurck, A. Elsaify, H. Gluck, B. Grossmann, J. Hoisington, J. Zhang]
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc., to appear, arXiv:1702.02131

Past Teaching

Summer Session I 2016 : Math 114, Calculus II (Instructor)
Spring 2016 : Math 501/465, Differential Geometry (Grader)
Spring 2016 : Math 601, Geometric Analysis and Topology (Grader)
Spring 2015 : Math 114, Calculus II (Teaching Assistant)
Fall 2014 : Math 104, Calculus I (Teaching Assistant)