Krishanu Sankar
Hi, I'm Krishanu. I'm interested in building technology that advances humanity's capability to solve problems. I currently work on problems related to quantum computing at 1QBit Information Technologies. Before that, I was in theoretical math, doing a PhD in homotopy theory at Harvard University, and then a postdoc at the University of British Columbia. E-mail: sankark1991[at]gmail[dot]com Linkedin Facebook Github |

UBC Math 220: Mathematical Proof (Spring 2019)

UBC Math 102: Differential Calculus with Applications to the Life Sciences (Fall 2018)

UBC Math 220: Mathematical Proof (Spring 2018)

UBC Math 102: Differential Calculus with Applications to the Life Sciences (Fall 2017)

Harvard Math 21b: Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (Spring 2017). I've prepared worksheets and solutions for this course, available here.

Over the years, I have been involved in a number of programs, both as a student and as a teacher. These programs have shaped
me in a positive way.

### PROMYS

A program in rigorous mathematical inquiry, taught through
number theory. It's for high school students and takes place in the summer at BU university. I was a student in the program
in 2006, and then returned as a mentor for the Research Labs program in 2016.

### American Math Competition (MAA)

A highly popular contest
series for middle and high school students in the USA. These contest questions ignited my passion for math and honed my
problem solving skills. It was also through the Math Olympiad Summer program (2011 and 2012) and subsequently International
Math Olympiad in 2012 that I met many close friends. In the subsequent year, I continued to develop training materials for
the program, and returned as a grader.

### Duluth REU

A summer research program for undergraduates.
I was a student in the program in 2010, and then returned as a counselor in 2013.

### Enroot

An after-school program for immigrant youth, based in
Cambridge and Somerville, MA. I mentored a student in the program during my last year of graduate school.