William Worden

I am a 5th year graduate student studying low-dimensional geometry and topology under Dave Futer. My interests include hyperbolic 3-manifolds & knot theory, mapping class groups, commensurability of 3-manifolds, and experimental mathematics. In my current research I'm studying volumes of certain arborescent links, and trying to shed some new light on veering triangulations of mapping tori using experimental methods.


About me:

Current Teaching:

Math 1041 - Calculus I


Welcome!

Contact info:

Temple University

Department of Mathematics

517 Wachman Hall

1805 N. Broad St.

Philadelphia, PA 19122

william.worden@temple.edu

Publications & Preprints:

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]