I am currently a postdoc at the University of Chicago. I finished my PhD at the University of Texas at Austin in May 2018. My advisor was Professor Francesco Maggi. My research interests are in geometric measure theory, the calculus of variations and partial differential equations.

- Here is my CV, arXiv listing
- On the shape of capillarity droplets in a container, with F. Maggi, published in Calc. Var. PDE.
- Bubbling with L2-almost constant mean curvature and an Alexandrov-type theorem for crystals, with M. G. Delgadino, F. Maggi, and R. Neumayer. Accepted in ARMA.
- Axial symmetry for fractional capillarity droplets. Accepted in Comm. PDEs.

Find information about camp here.

- Teaching experience:
- Fall 2018 - Teaching IBL Honors Calculus 1. Course material avalable on Canvas. General information available here. UT Austin
- Fall 2017 - TA for M408N (Differential Calculus) for Prof. Jesse Miller
- Summer 2017 - TA for S325K (Discrete Mathematics) for Prof. Yuan He
- Spring 2016 - TA for M408D (Sequences, Series, and Multivariate Calculus) for Prof. Bill Wolesensky
- Fall 2015 - TA for M408N (Differential Calculus) for Prof. John Meth
- Fall 2014 - TA for M408C (Differential and Integral Calculus) for Prof. Kathy Davis
- Spring 2014 - TA for M427K (Advanced Calculus I) for Prof. Yuan He
- Fall 2013 - TA for UGS 303 (Elements of Effective Thinking) for Prof. Mike Starbird
- Fall 2012 - TA for M408L (Integral Calculus) for Prof. Ko Woon Um
- Service:
- Organizer of graduate Junior Analysis Seminar (August 2017-May 2018)
- Member of the Distinguished Women in Mathematics Lecture Series organizing commitee (August 2016-May-2018)
- Speaker at the Saturdary Morning Math Group program for high school students, talk titled "Unpuzzling Puzzles" about compass and straightedge problems in geometry. (October 14, 2017)
- Speaker at the Sunday Math Circle program for high school students, talk titled "Knights and Knaves" about the classic problems from Raymond Smullyan. Video . (March 29, 2015)
- Supervised students in UTâ€™s Directed Reading Program in functional analysis,combinatorics, and fractals. (Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Fall 2017)

- UChicago

Contact Information:

email: cmihaila [at] math [dot] uchicago [dot] edu

office: Eckhart 327

address:

University of Chicago

Department of Mathematics

5734 S University Ave

Chicago, IL 60637