Lan-Hsuan Huang 黃籃萱

Professor of Mathematics

Research Interest

Mathematical Relativity and Geometric Analysis 


Ph.D. in Mathematics, Stanford University (2009)
B.S. in Mathematics, National Taiwan University (2004)

Selected Honors

  • Invited speaker of 2021 International Congress on Mathematical Physics (ICMP), Geneva, Switzerland
  • von Neumann Fellow at Institute for Advanced Study (2018-2019)
  • Simons Fellow in Mathematics of the Simons Foundation (2018)
  • NSF CAREER Award (2015-2020)

Editorial Board

Associate Editor, Journal of Mathematical Physics  (2022-)

Broader educational activities:

The Shape of Universe - an interview by UConn Today
Trapped surfaces, topology of black holes, and positive mass theorem - an expository article for beginning graduate students in Notices of the AMS
Bubble Trouble - Featured scientist in this episode of children’s podcast STEAM Daydream with National Children’s Museum

Geometry Activities that I have organized at UConn

Lan-Hsuan Huang-UConn

My research activities have been supported by the National Science Foundation through

Grant CMMI-2130668 (2022-present)
Grant DMS-2005588 (2020-present)
CAREER Award (2015-present)

Phone: 860.486.8390
Address: Department of Mathematics
University of Connecticut
341 Mansfield Road U1009
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1009