I am a mathematician, and by Dyson’s classification, an amalgamation of a bird and a frog. I enjoy working on mathematical problems that bring ideas and results from one field of mathematics to establish important results in other fields. Areas of interest include selection principles, game theory, combinatorics, elliptic curves, and cryptography. I enjoy simple mathematical questions and data based research that lead to new structures or generalizations of existing structures. I enjoy working with motivated and enthusiastic undergraduate or graduate students from various background.
You can find my CV here.
- REU CAD – Research Experience for Undergraduates
- PhD Program in Computing at Boise State University
- Boise Extravaganza in Set Theory Conference
- Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research
- Seminars at Boise State University
- National Science Foundation
- Mathematical Association of America
- American Association for Advancement of Science
- Alan Turing Digital Archive