Michael Harrison headshot
Current Member

Michael Harrison

Funding provided by the National Science Foundation

Affiliation

Mathematics

Field of Study

Differential Topology

Home Institution

Carnegie Mellon University

Michael Harrison studies immersion and embedding problems using h-principle techniques and Borsuk-Ulam type results. He studies classification problems for skew fibrations and great sphere fibrations, topological and geodesic complexity of configuration spaces, and billiards on Finsler manifolds and on spaces of geodesics.

Dates at IAS

Member
School of Mathematics
current

Degrees

Pennsylvania State University
Ph.D.
2017

Appointments

IAS
2021–2022
Member
MFO
2021
Leibniz Fellow
Carnegie Mellon University
2019–2021
Visiting Assistant Professor
Lehigh University
2017–2019
C.C. Hsiung Visiting Assistant Professor
MSRI
2018
Postdoctoral Fellow in Semester Program: Hamiltonian Systems
MSRI/Tambara Institute
2018
TA for Summer School: h-principles