I'm interested in algebraic geometry, combinatorics, and computation. I like projects where numerical algebraic geometry can be used to *prove* theorems.

Short bio:

I received my PhD in mathematics from Texas A&M University under the guidance of Frank Sottile. Afterwards (2020), I traveled to the* Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences* in Leipzig, Germany to be part of their software group led by Michael Joswig. In 2021 I traveled back to the United States and became a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Notre Dame, working with Jonathan Hauenstein. I am now an assistant professor in Canada at Western University in London, Ontario.

Computational Algebraic Geometry

Symbolic

Numerical

Combinatorics

Hyperplane arrangements

Polytopes

Algebraic Groups

Real Algebraic Geometry

Recent:

22'/23' Committees: Colloquium, Outreach, Graduate Affairs

Co-Organizer of JMM '23 Special Session "Applied Enumerative Geometry"

Co-Organizer of AMS Central Sectional Meeting (22') Special Session "Computational and Applied Algebraic Geometry"

### Recent and Upcoming Events and News

Sparse trace tests with Michael Burr is now on the ArXiv!