Dr ChiKwong Fok
ARC Research Associate
School of Mathematical Sciences
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Dr ChiKwong Fok is a researcher in pure mathematics. His research interests include algebraic topology, Lie theory, symplectic geometry and Ktheory.

Expand

Appointments
Date Position Institution name 2017 ARC Research Associate The University of Adelaide 2016  2016 Adjunct Assistant Professor National Tsing Hua University 2014  2017 Postdoctoral Research Fellow National Center for Theoretical Sciences Mathematics Division 2008  2014 Graduate Teaching Assistant and Instructor Cornell University 
Language Competencies
Language Competency Chinese (Cantonese) Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review Chinese (Mandarin) Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review 
Education
Date Institution name Country Title 2010  2014 Cornell University United States PhD 2007  2010 Cornell University United States MSc 2003  2007 The Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong BSc 
Research Interests

Expand

Journals
Year Citation 2018 Fok, C. (2018). Equivariant twisted Real Ktheory of compact Lie groups. Journal of Geometry and Physics, 124, 325349.
2018 Fok, C. (2018). Equivariant formality of isotropy actions. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 97(3), 470494.
Scopus12017 Fok, C. (2017). Adams operations on classical compact lie groups. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 145(7), 27992813.
2016 Fok, C. (2016). KRtheory of compact Lie groups with group antiinvolutions. Topology and its Applications, 197, 5059.
2016 Fok, C. (2016). Picard group of isotropic realizations of twisted poisson manifolds. Journal of Geometric Mechanics, 8(2), 179197.
2014 Fok, C. (2014). The real Ktheory of compact lie groups. Symmetry, Integrability and Geometry: Methods and Applications (SIGMA), 10, 126.
Scopus4 WoS3— Fok, C. K. (n.d.). Equivariant formality in $K$theory.
Minor Research Initiative Scheme, School of Mathematical Sciences, 2017. Amount awarded: $2900.
Minor Research Initiative Scheme, School of Mathematical Sciences, 2018. Amount awarded: $3000.

Expand

Memberships
Date Role Membership Country 2017  ongoing Member Australian Mathematical Society Australia 2014  2016 Member Taiwanese Mathematical Society Taiwan, Province of China 2007  ongoing Member American Mathematical Society United States
Connect With Me
External Profiles