I am a postdoctoral researcher at Michigan State University. My research is in the field of algebriac topology. Specifically my work sheds light on interactions between algebraic K-theory, chromatic homotopy theory, and equivariant homotopy theory. As a postdoc, I have had the opportunity to teach a broad range of courses and mentor undergraduate research projects. I also enjoy organizing conferences and seminars. For more information about me see my CV.
I received my Ph.D. from Wayne State University under the direction of Andrew Salch. Outside of math, I enjoy biking, hiking, playing guitar and piano, and playing boardgames. I studied abroad in Quito, Ecuador as an undergraduate and I appreciate opportunities to practice Spanish.
This semester, I am teaching MTH 961: Algebraic Topology II.
Course Website: MTH 961
Office Hours: TBD
Office: C207 Wells Hall
This spring, I am co-organizing the Midwest Topology Seminar at Michigan State University. This two-day conference will be held on May 18-19. See our website for more information: Midwest Topology Seminar: Spring 2019
This upcoming September, I am co-organizing a special session on homotopy theory at the AMS Sectional at University of Wisconsin-Madison. More details about this conference will be available at Fall AMS Sectional as the conference approaches