Howdy!

I am a PhD student in mathematics at The University of Pennsylvania, and was formerly an undergraduate at The University of Texas at Austin. My main interests lie in geometric analysis and partial differential equations--especially concerning spaces of low-regularity, geometric measure theory, and lower curvature bounds. My recent work has largely concerned almost-rigidity problems and the structure of limit spaces.

- My email is hstuff AT sas DOT upenn DOT edu
- For my CV, click here. Current-ish (pun intended) as of February 2024.

- Stufflebeam, Hunter. Stability of Convex Disks. Preprint: arXiv:2301.13130. Accepted in Calc. Var. PDE Sept. 2023
- Maximo, Davi and Stufflebeam, Hunter. Stability of Convex Spheres. Preprint: arXiv:2312.13995

- Gender Minorities in Topology and Related Areas Konference (GeMTraK) at U-Penn. Spring 2024. See the link for more details.

- Temple Graduate Student Conference in Algebra, Geometry, and Topology. May 2023.
- Brown Workshop on Differential Geometry. March 2023.
- CUNY Geometric Analysis Seminar. March 2023.
- UPenn Geometry Seminar. March 2023.
- Australian Geometric PDE Seminar. October 2022.

- Spring 2024: I am teaching Math 1080: Mathematics of change.
- Fall 2023: I am on fellowship. For prior courses taught see my CV.

Collected below are a small potpourri of expositional pieces and notes I've written up. I hope they might be of some help, and I may upload more later. If you happen to come across any typos or errors, please let me know.

- Allard Type Regularity Theorems for Rectifiable Varifolds. My undergraduate thesis at UT Austin, under the supervision of Francesco Maggi and Salvatore Stuvard (2019). This could probably also serve as an introduction to the regulartity theory of rectifiable varifolds.
- The Yamabe Problem. A set of notes I wrote for a series of talks at UPenn, based on the (wonderful) paper by Lee and Parker, and the (wonderful) set of notes by Robin Neumayer.
- Intro to the Bochner Method. A set of notes I wrote for a series of talks at UPenn.
- Intro to the Hodge Theorem. A set of notes I wrote for a series of talks at UPenn.

I do stuff other than math!
In particular I play the bass trombone and electric bass, and am generally very excited about music.

You can hear me play trombone in the Penn Symphony Orchestra (Link) at one of our four yearly concerts which are free to attend! We have recently played Mahler Symphonies 1 and 2, Rachmanninov's Symphony 2 and Symphonic Dances, Tchaikovsky's Symphony 5, Sibelius' Symphony 2, Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade, Mussorgsky-Ravel's Pictures at an Exhibition, and soooo much more.

If you hear me playing bass you've wandered into a west philly punk jam situation and should consider taking evasive action.