Email: chazel AT math.ucla.edu
Office: MS 6304
I am currently a Hedrick Assistant Adjunct Professor at UCLA in the mathematics department working with Mike Hill. I'm a member of the topology group. I'm also involved with the electronic Computational Homotopy Theory (eCHT) online research community, and I have a concurrent position as a National Science Foundation (NSF) eCHT Reasearch Training Group Postdoctoral Fellow.
I finished my PhD in 2020 at the University of Oregon under the supervision of Dan Dugger.
My research is in algebraic topology. I'm interested in equivariant homotopy theory, and much of work has focused on RO(G)-graded Bredon cohomology. My "Research" tab contains a summary of my research area, a link to my research statement, and a list of my publications.
In addition to research, I teach a variety of math classes at UCLA. My "Teaching" tab has information about my current and past classes. I am excited to be participating in Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) this year and am looking forward to learning evidence-based teaching strategies to support my students.
I am also 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!
I am currently on the job market for academic jobs that start in Fall 2023. Job materials (research statement, teaching statement, teaching portfolio, diversity statement, and references) are available upon request.
Here is a copy of my CV (last updated: December 2022).
The top photo was taken by Aimee Holmes while we were hiking on the Oregon coast.