Zeno Huang


Dr. Zeno Huang's research interests are in the fields of differential geometry and geometric analysis. Some of his past work include problems on Teichmuller theory and harmonic maps. More recently, he works on projects on closed minimal surfaces in hyperbolic three-manifolds and related problems. These problems lie on the intersection of hyperbolic geometry, low dimensional topology and geometric PDEs, and they often require combinations of techniques from these fields to advance.

Dr. Zeno Huang earned his PhD from Rice University in 2003. Before joining CSI, he was a postdoc at the University of Oklahoma (2003-2004) and the University of Michigan (2004-2007).