I'm Eric Wofsey, currently a third-year grad student in algebraic topology at Harvard. My advisor is Mike Hopkins. I was an undergraduate at Washington University. Currently, this page is just a random collection of stuff about me.
This semester (Fall 2010) I am teaching Math 1a; handouts from my section can be found here.
I am a member of the Harvard-Radcliffe Science Fiction Association. Despite the name, many of HRSFA's activities have little to do with science fiction. I mostly play board games and card games with them. Among my favorite games are Mao, Race for the Galaxy, and Dominion.
I have a blog which is a mix of personal and mathematical miscellany. Probably much of it will not make much sense to you. If you are interested in math and do not know me well personally, the most interesting part of it will probably be my "Fun Little Math Problems of the Day".
I have been to Canada-USA Mathcamp as both a student and a counselor. It is a remarkable program that has greatly shaped my life. In cowrote the 2009 and 2010 Mathcamp Puzzlehunts. Since 2007 I have participated in the MIT Mystery Hunt with the team Manic Sages. My favorite puzzle of all time is Son of the Realm of Unspeakable Chaos from the 2008 Mystery Hunt; I strongly recommend it to the linguistically inclined.
Here is a collection of some of my mathematical writings, including notes from courses I have taught at Mathcamp.
Last updated 9/22/10.