I am currently a Hedrick Assistant Adjunct Professor at UCLA in the mathematics department
working with Mike Hill
I finished my PhD in 2020 at the University of Oregon
under the supervision of Dan Dugger
My research interests are in algebraic topology, and more specifically equivariant homotopy theory.
Here is my CV
(last updated: Aug 2021).
- Video recording of a talk I gave in the eCHT Research Seminar about using algebraic models to prove a uniqueness result for equivariant rational complex K-theory as a genuine-commutative ring G-spectrum. This talk is based on joint work with A.M. Bohmann, J. Ishak, M. Kędziorek, and C. May.
- Video talk that I gave about equivariant fundamental classes in constant Z/2 coefficients for the Junior Mathematician Research Archive.
- Slides from a talk I gave at the JMM in January 2020 about equivariant fundamental classes in constant Z/2 coefficients.
- Slides from a talk I gave at the AMS Spring Sectional Meeting in March 2019 about the RO(C2)-graded cohomology of C2-surfaces and equivariant fundamental classes in constant Z/2 coefficients.
- Slides from a talk I gave at the 2018 Young Topologists Meeting about the RO(C2)-graded cohomology in both constant Z/2 coefficients and constant integer coefficients.
- In Fall 2021 I will be teaching Math 227A-Algebraic Topology. More details to come soon.
- I am one of the organizers of the Junior Research Mathematician Archive (JMRA). This site hosts short research videos from junior mathematicians. We welcome submissions from all areas of pure mathematics!
Hedrick Assistant Adjunct Professor
Office: MS 6304