**Contact Info:**- Email Address:
`bkane@hku.hk` - Office: Run Run Shaw Building, Room 411
- Office Phone: +852 28592261
- Office hours: Every Tuesday 9:00am-11:00am and Tuesday 13:00-14:00

- Email Address:

- Teaching

In first semester 2016-2017, I am teaching Introduction to Mathematical Analysis (MATH2201/2241), Section 1A.

You may access information from the MOODLE page _MATH2201_2241_1A_2016 if you are currently enrolled in this course (login required).

During second semester 2015-2016, I co-taught the Common Core course CCST9037 Mathematics: A Cultural Heritage, Section 2A.

For CCST9037, You may access information from the MOODLE page CCST9037_2A_2015 if you were enrolled in that course (login required).

In first semester 2015-2016, I taught Introduction to Mathematical Analysis (MATH2201/2241), Section 1A.

You may access information from the MOODLE page _MATH2201_2241_1A_2015 if you were enrolled in that course (login required).

During second semester 2014-2015, I taught the Common Core course CCST9037 Mathematics: A Cultural Heritage, Section 2A.

You may access information from the MOODLE page CCST9037_2A_2014 if you were enrolled in that course (login required).

In first semester 2015-2016, I taught Introduction to Mathematical Analysis (MATH2201/2241), Section 1A.

You may access information from the MOODLE page _MATH2201_2241_1A_2014 if you were enrolled in that course (login required).

In second semester 2013-2014, I taught University Mathematics II/A (MATH1013/1804), sections 2C and 2D. Lecture notes may be accessed here.

- Organizing

I am currently co-organizing The University of Hong Kong Postgraduate Student Number Theory Seminar, which began in March 2015.

I co-organized the Symposium: Modular Forms, Mock Theta Functions, and Applications in 2012 with Kathrin Bringmann.

- Talk Slides

Here are the lecture notes for my talks at the School on Mock Modular Forms and Related Topics in Fukuoka, Japan, which will be held on Nov. 21-25, 2016.

In March 2018, I gave the yearly "Rambling in Maths" public lecture which is offered by the mathematics department. The slides for my talk, entitled "The mathematical key to unlocking the mysteries of cryptography", are attached here. The talk was given in a combination of Mandarin and English. A written version of the spoken portion of the slides is here (warning, the Chinese is not of a professional quality - it may be improved at a later date for clarity). Many thanks to Dr. Jingbo Liu for her assistance in correcting some of the Chinese terms and phrases during my talk preparation.