Mathematical problems that have intuitively simple statements and elegant, non-trivial mathematical consequences are very appealing to me. I also like applications of mathematics that reveal fundamental structures, patterns, relationships or limitations in natural processes, thus supplementing the scientific method with the mathematical method. My research interests include Set Theory and its relatives, Game Theory, Cryptology, Elementary algebra, combinatorics and number theory, and Algorithmic phenomena in Nature. For more information, please follow these links. (Under development)
I have worked collaboratively with colleagues, as well as mentored undergraduate and graduate students on research projects, and welcome these intellectual adventures. Colleagues interested in collaborative research, as well as qualified undergraduate and graduate students interested in mentored/collaborative research could contact me by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) about opportunities or possibilities, or with proposals.