Conferences and Workshops
Tips for Young Mathematicians
- I co-organize the weekly seminar for the Emmy Noether Institute with Mina Teicher (and previously with Fei Yei).
- I co-organized the weekly graduate student seminar for the Emmy Noether Institute with Mina Teicher, Anna Zarkh and Fei Yei in Spring 2012.
- I co-organized the first ever Baton Rouge Young Topologists Research Retreat with Kate Kearney at LSU in January 2012.
- I've also organized a working group on the Analogy between Knots and Primes that inspired one of my current research projects.
Publication news -- see Research for complete list (or the arXiv)
Research Interests include
I have taken many seminar courses in various other areas. Here is a complete list of courses taken.
- Knot polynomials, knot homology theories, and other knot invariants
- Dimers or perfect matchings on graphs, and other topics in matroid theory, graph theory, and enumerative combinatorics
- Arrangements of hyperplanes and other configurations, as well as other topics in oriented matroid theory
- The analogy between knots embedded in three-manifolds and prime ideals in number fields
- Low-dimensional as well as combinatorial topology
As a graduate student my adviser was Oliver Dasbach,
and I was active in the Topology Group
in the Mathematics Department
of Louisiana State University.