I am a graduate student in mathematics at Yale University. My advisor is Sam Payne. My research interests include algebraic and tropical geometry.  

Contact information
Office Leet Oliver Memorial Hall 209.
email daniel.corey[at]yale.edu.

Upcoming Travel
  • Valley Geometry Seminar, UMass Amherst, Sept. 29 2017.
  • AGNES, Northeastern University, Oct. 13-15 2017.
  • AMS Spring Central Section Meeting, Ohio State, March 17-18, 2018.

Preprints and Publications
Talks and posters

Upcoming
  • Initial degenerations of Grassmannians, Valley Geometry Seminar, UMass Amherst, Sept. 29 2017.
  • BATMOBYLE, Nov. 30, 2017.
  • AMS Spring Central Section Meeting, Ohio State, March 17-18, 2018.

Past

  • Initial degenerations of Grassmannians, SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry, Georgia Tech, August 2017 (slides).
  • Initial degenerations of Grassmannians,  AMS Graduate Student Conference, Brown, May 2017.
  • Initial degenerations of Grassmannians, GAeL, University of Bath, June 2017 (poster).
  • The compact tropical Grassmannian, Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry (Introductory Workshop), Fields Institute, Sept. 2016 (poster).
  • Homology of the boundary complex, STAGS, Brown, April 2015.
Teaching
  • Math 112 (single variable calculus), Spring 2018.
  • Math 120 10 (vector calculus), Fall 2017.
  • Math 120 05, Spring 2017.
  • Math 120 03, Fall 2015.
  • Math 112 01, Spring 2015.
  • Directed Reading Program mentor, 2014-2015.
  • SUMRY mentor, Summer 2014.
Student Tropical and Algebraic Geometry Seminar

Together with Jeremy Usatine, we organized the Student Tropical Algebraic Geometry Seminar (STAGS), a conference on tropical geometry and releated areas aimed at graduate students and early postdoctoral fellows. More information can be found at the conference webpage here.