I'm interested in algebraic geometry, combinatorics, and computation. I am particularly excited about projects which use numerical algebraic geometry to *prove* theorems.

Short bio:

I received my PhD in mathematics from Texas A&M University under the guidance of Frank Sottile. Afterwards, I went to the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig, Germany; my mentor there was Michael Joswig. I am now a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Notre Dame, working with Jonathan Hauenstein.

Computational Algebraic Geometry

Symbolic

Numerical

Combinatorics

Hyperplane arrangements

Polytopes

Algebraic Frame Theory

Algebraic Groups

Real Algebraic Geometry

This fall I am teaching applied linear algebra

Recent:

Co-Organizer of JMM '22 Special Session "Structured polynomial systems in mathematics and its applications"

Co-Organizer of SIAM AG '21 Minisymposia "Confirmable Workflows and Large Computations in Algebraic Geometry"

Co-Organizer of

Workshop on Software and Applications of Numerical Nonlinear Algebra May 31-June 02, 2021

### Recent and Upcoming Events and News

Likelihood degenerations is now on the ArXiv.

Enumerating chambers of hyperplane arrangements with symmetry is now on the ArXiv.