William Worden

I am currently a G.C. Evans Instructor at Rice University. I recieved my PhD in 2018 from Temple University, under the guidance of Dave Futer. My interests include hyperbolic 3-manifolds & their triangulations, commensurability of 3-manifolds, and experimental mathematics. In my current research I am studying veering triangulations of hyperbolic mapping tori, with an emphasis on experimental methods.

About me:

Current Teaching:

TBD


Contact info:

Rice University, MS-136

Department of Mathematics

1600 Main St.

Houston, TX 77251

william.worden@rice.edu

Publications & Preprints:

W. Worden, Experimental statistics of veering triangulations, to appear in Experimental Mathematics, arXiv:1710.01198

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C. Millichap and W. Worden, Hidden symmetries and commensurability of 2-bridge link complements. Pacific Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 285 (2016), No. 2, 453–484. DOI: 10.2140/pjm.2016.285.453; arXiv: 1601.01015 [math.GT]



W. Worden, Iterations of quadratic polynomials over finite fields. Involve, a Journal of Mathematics 6-1 (2013), 99-112. DOI: 10.2140/involve.2013.6.99; arXiv: 1201.4528 [math.NT]


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