I am a 2nd year PhD Student in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago. I did my undergraduate work at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, AL.
Here is a copy of my CV (updated March 2019).
In addition to math, I do a variety of art things, particularly within the realm(s) of alternative process photography and new media (mostly g͓̭̈́̕l̛̺͍͠ỉ̖͕͝t̪͒͊͜c͈̻̽͐ẖ̰̿̄ art). I also did some work in undergrad on the cultural history of death, culminating in an honors thesis on William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying, particularly with regard to its significance in the history of death in the American South.
Research Interests:I haven't really done much actual research, but I'm interested in a variety of topics related to algebraic topology and number theory, especially stable homotopy theory and chromatic homotopy theory. I did some work in undergrad in mathematical biology, algebraic number theory (leading to the publication listed below) and algebraic topology.
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