# Caitlyn Booms

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As of fall 2023, I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Mount Mary University. My research interests are in commutative algebra and algebraic geometry. Currently, I am interested in understanding properties of virtual resolutions and extending classical commutative algebra results to the multigraded setting.

I received my PhD in Mathematics in 2023 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My adviser was Daniel Erman. Before that, I did my undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame, where I worked with Claudiu Raicu for my senior thesis.

News:

Here is the audio file from my radio interview on 12/6/19 with Stephanie Hoff, the host of "Women in STEM," a talk show on UW-Madison's radio station 91.7 WSUM.Â

Here is an article about the Math Bunker at Notre Dame, which I helped organize in 2017-18.

Here is an article about the new Women in Math group at Notre Dame, which I co-founded in 2018.