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Chi-Kwong Fok

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Chi-Kwong Fok is an Assistant Professor in Pure Mathematics at Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University. Prior to joining XJTLU, he was an assistant professor of practice at New York University Shanghai, a lecturer in mathematics at the University of Auckland, a research associate at the University of Adelaide, and a postdoctoral research fellow in the National Center for Theoretical Sciences in Taiwan. Dr Foks research involves studying spaces with physical implications and desirable symmetries using machinery from algebraic topology and K-theory.

Research interests

Algebraic topology


Lie groups

Mathematical physics


Assistant Professor in Pure Mathematics, Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University, 2023-present

Instructor, Vancouver Island University, January-May, 2023

Assistant Professor of Practice in Mathematics, New York University Shanghai, 2020-2022

Lecturer in Mathematics, the University of Auckland, April-December, 2019

ARC Research Associate, Institute for Geometry and its Applications, the University of Adelaide, 2017-2019

Adjunct Assistant Professor, National Tsinghua University, February-July, 2016

Postdoctoral research fellow, National Center for Theoretical Sciences, National Taiwan University, 2014-2017


MTH117 Analysis I

MTH301 Final Year Project

Multivariable Calculus/Calculs, NYU Shanghai

Differential Geometry, NYU Shanghai

Final Year Project-Schubert calculus, NYU Shanghai

Independent Study-Differential forms and deRham cohomology, NYU Shanghai

Complex Analysis (graduate level), University of Auckland

Real and Complex Calculus, University of Auckland

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PhD, Cornell University, 2014

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