Undergraduate Coordinator of Mathematics, Associate Professor of Practice in Mathematics
Shengkui Ye is an Undergraduate Coordinator of Mathematics and an Associate Professor of Practice in Mathematics at NYU Shanghai. Peviously, he was a Simons Postdoctoral Fellow in the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University. His research lies in topology and geometric group theory. In particular, he is interested in group actions on manifolds and non-positively curved spaces.
Shengkui Ye, “Symmetries of flat manifolds, Jordan property and the general Zimmer program“, Journal of the London Mathematical Society. Volume 100, Issue 3 (2019) 1065-1080
Shengkui Ye, “Euler characteristics and actions of automorphism groups of free groups”, Algebraic & Geometric Topology. 18 (2018) 1195–1204
Shengkui Ye, “Low-dimensional representations of matrix groups and group actions on CAT(0) spaces and manifolds”, Journal of Algebra. 409 (2014) 219-243
Shengkui Ye, “A unified approach to the plus-construction, Bousfield localization, Moore spaces and zero-in-the-spectrum examples”. Israel Journal of Mathematics. 192 (2012) 699-717
PhD, Mathematics National University of Singapore
BSc, Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Harbin Institute of Technology