I am a tenure-track assistant professor in the Mathematics Department at Michigan State University. Previously, I was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer in the Mathematics Department at Harvard University. I received my PhD from Yale University in May 2013 under Professor Gregory A. Margulis. Research Interests: Galois cohomology, algebraic groups, Brauer groups, arithmetic geometry. Email: rapinch AT math DOT msu DOT edu Office: D321 Wells Hall ResearchTeachingDuring Spring 2018, I am teaching Math 819 (Graduate Algebra II) and Math 490 (Reading course in commutative algebra). Syllabi for current and past courses can be found here. |