Jun Hou Fung
Pedagogy Fellow in Mathematics
Jun Hou is a 6th year PhD candidate in Mathematics. His research is broadly in the area of algebraic topology and homotopy theory; his recent projects include computations exploring homotopy-coherent algebraic structures. He is also interested in interdisciplinary applications of mathematics for example in biology and data analysis. While at Harvard, Jun Hou has been a Teaching Fellow for several sections of single- and multi-variable calculus in the mathematics department, as well as the instructor of a summer tutorial for undergraduate concentrators. Originally from Hong Kong, Jun Hou completed his B.S. in Mathematics with Specialization in Economics at the University of Chicago before coming to Harvard.