Zassenhaus Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
The Ohio State University
I am a Zassenhaus Assistant Professor in the mathematics department at OSU.
I received my PhD in 2017 from the University of Oregon, under the supervision of Nick Proudfoot. Before coming to OSU, I spent a year as a Gibbs Assistant Professor at Yale and three years at the University of Kentucky as a Postdoctoral Scholar.
My research is in combinatorics and algebraic geometry. Particular areas of interest include tropical and non-archimedean geometry, toric and hypertoric varieties, hyperplane arrangements, matroids, and combinatorial Hodge theory. Find a list of my papers and preprints here.
I have supervised undergraduate research projects through the UK Math Lab and SUMRY.
In Autumn 2022 I am teaching Math 3345: Foundations of Higher Mathematics.
Here is my CV.