Dr. Ziquan Zhuang receives Sloan Research Fellowship

Dr. Ziquan Zhuang, an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University, is among the 126 early-career researchers who received a 2023 Sloan Research Fellowship. Zhuang focuses on algebraic geometry, which is a branch of mathematics that studies algebraic varieties, or the geometric manifestations of solutions of systems of polynomial equations. He hopes to continue to research and visit collaborators with the fellowship funds.

Awarded annually since 1955 by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the fellowship honors outstanding early-career researchers from the United States and Canada whose creativity, innovation, and research accomplishments show exceptional promise in the next generation of scientists.

“I feel very honored and excited to be selected as a Sloan Fellow,” Zhuang says. “It is not only an important source of funding for me to start my career, but also a strong community support and recognition of my research work.”

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