Henry Azubuike

Henry Azubuike

Graduate Assistant


B.Tech., MSc. (FUTO)


Henry Azubuike is currently on study leave at Kansas State University, USA, as a doctoral student and a teaching assistant in the math department, since August 2019. He has been a graduate assistant in the department of Mathematics in FUTO since August 2017, where he also completed his M.Sc. and has taught basic mathematics courses including calculus and differential equations. Mathematics has been very fascinating for him–its global scope and local precision has remained to him the most interesting feature of the queen of all sciences. Henry is interested in the connections between algebraic geometry, homological algebra and mirror symmetry –a very active area of research in mathematics with questions arising from string theories, gauge theories and some topological quantum field theory. He is a member of the algebra/topology research group in FUTO, and also a member of the topology and mirror symmetry research groups in Kansas State University.

  • Academic Qualification

    • B.Tech. (FUTO) – 2015
    • M.Sc. (FUTO) –2019


  • Dean’s Award – Best Graduating Student, School of Physical Sciences – 2015
  • Owerri Umunna Award – Best Graduating Student, Department of Mathematics – 2015


American Mathematical Society –Student Member

Courses Taught:

  • MTH 101 – Elementary Mathematics I (Harmattan 2017/18 & 2018/19)
  • MTH 102 – Elementary Mathematics II (Rain 2017/18)
  • MTH 203 –Elementary Differential Equations I (Harmattan 2017/18 & 2018/19)
  • MTH 222 – Numerical Methods (Rain 2016/17 & 2017/18)


  • Graduate Assistant (Mathematics Department FUTO, NIG) 2017 -2019
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant (Mathematics Department KSU, USA) 2019 – date

Research Interest

Algebraic Topology, Geometry and Mirror Symmetry