Dr. Liu received her Ph.D. in Mathematics from Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT in May 2016, and held a two-year postdoctoral scholar position at the University of Hong Kong before joining TAMU-SA as a Lecturer of Mathematics in 2018. In addition, she has experiences in visiting MSRI at UC Berkeley, Banff International Research Station at Canada, La Trobe University at Australia, and Seoul National University at South Korea, amongst others.
Dr. Liu has conducted mathematical research mainly in quadratic forms and applications to lattice-based cryptography; her research publications appeared in Aequationes Mathematicae, International Mathematics Research Notice, Journal of Number Theory, Springer Proceedings of Women in Numbers, and Transactions of the American Mathematical Society etc. In addition, Dr. Liu has given talks at meetings organized by the American Mathematical Society and the research symposium organized by the Association for Women in Mathematics at UCLA, amongst others.
Dr. Liu has taught undergraduate courses in the US both at Wesleyan University and TAMU-SA, including college algebra, pre-calculus, single variable calculus series, linear algebra, and probability etc., and truly loves teaching mathematics. She is devoted to excellence in educating particularly the first generation students, and is very interested in supervising serious undergraduate research projects.
|MATH||1314||4||College Algebra||Spring 2020||Syllabi|
|MATH||3340||1||Linear Algebra with Appl||Spring 2020||Syllabi|