# Hi there!

I'm a fifth year PhD student studying pure mathematics at Harvard, working on Fukaya categories and homological mirror symmetry under Professor Denis Auroux. Here is a copy of my CV. In addition to my mathematical research I also teach, and have a strong interest in technical computing.

With Rafael Saavedra, I convened the Trivial Notions seminar for 2022-2023.

## Publications and Preprints

- Keeley Hoek. A Morse-theoretic approach to family Floer homology.
*In preparation*.

*Previous work*

- Ryan Ahern, Mathew Zuparic, Keeley Hoek, and Alexander Kalloniatis. Unifying warfighting functions in mathematical modelling: Combat, manoeuvre, and C2.
*Journal of the Operational Research Society*, 2021. - Alexander C. Kalloniatis, Keeley Hoek, Mathew Zuparic, and Markus Brede. Optimising structure in a networked Lanchester model for fires and manoeuvre in warfare.
*Journal of the Operational Research Society*, 72(8):1863–1878, 2020. - Richard Taylor, Alexander C. Kalloniatis, and Keeley Hoek. Organisational hierarchy constructions with easy Kuramoto synchronisation.
*Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical*, 53(8):085701, 2020. - Mathew Zuparic and Keeley Hoek. Green's functions and the Cauchy problem of the Burgers hierarchy and forced Burgers equation.
*Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation*, 73:275–290, 2019.

## Honours Thesis

My honours thesis was entitled Drinfeld centers for bimodule categories. It was supervised by Professor Kim Morrison at the Australian National University.

At the conclusion of my honours year I gave a colloquium-style talk on some results from the second chapter.

### Graduate Reports

### Undergraduate Essays

Transfers and tom Dieck splitting, via the Wirthmüller isomorphism

Rewrite heuristics and pair exploration for automated theorem proving

Monoidal ∞-categories over ∞-operads: Elements of

*Higher Algebra*Noncommutative vector bundles: The Greatest Hits™ of the K-theory of C*-algebras

Why study algebras over functors? Algebras, Monads, and the proof of Beck's monadicity theorem

A spectral entrée to the Ergodic theory proper, lightly seasoned with a physical perspective