Salman Siddiqi

Department of Mathematics
University of Michigan
5080 East Hall
530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043

I am a sixth-year graduate student in mathematics at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where my advisor is Ralf Spatzier. I expect to receive my PhD this academic year. I was previously an undergraduate at the University of Chicago, graduating in 2014.

I am broadly interested in geometry and dynamics, with a particular interest in statistical properties of geometric systems. My current focus is on quantitative correlation decay for partially hyperbolic systems.

My e-mail address can be found on the official department website.


Decay of correlations for certain isometric extensions of Anosov flows.
Preprint. arXiv: 1908.08550.


At the University of Michigan, I have taught:

I was also the graduate student co-coordinator for Math 105 in the Fall 2016 semester, and one of the graduate student mentors on a LoG(M) project in the Winter 2019 semester.


Here are a few (simple) things I've coded or drawn, mostly in LaTeX.