Dr. Zeno Huang's research interests are in the fields of differential geometry and complex analysis. More specifically, he works in Teichmuller theory, hyperbolic geometry and geometric PDEs. In Teichmuller theory, he is interested in Riemannian geometry of Teichmuller space of Riemann surfaces. Some of his past work and ongoing projects are centered around the Weil-Petersson metric. In hyperbolic geometry, he studies quasi-Fuchsian three manifolds and their moduli space. In geometric PDEs, he studies harmonic maps between Riemann surfaces and evolution equations in hyperbolic three manifolds. These differential equations have strong geometrical and topological implications, and bring computational tools in the study of low dimensional topology.
Dr. Zeno Huang earned his PhD at Rice University in 2003. He has held visiting positions at the University of Oklahoma (2004), the University of Michigan (2004-2007). Before joining CUNY in 2008, he spent the Fall semester of 2007-2008 at MSRI in Berkeley, CA, on a Research Fellowship.