I'm currently a second year PhD student at NC State University, studying pure mathematics.
I mostly grew up in Lexington, KY and completed my B.S. in math at the University of Kentucky in May 2020.
There, I was involved in the undergrad math lab and have projects linked below.
In addition, I participated in an REU at James Madison University, additional info also linked below.
I am a TA for MA 242 Calculus III in fall 2021.
My office hours are 12-1 on Mondays and 4-5 on Wednesdays and the zoom link is available on the class Moodle page.
During summer 2019, my REU group studied abelian sandpiles/critical groups on strongly regular graphs.
Further information can be found here
Our work contributed to a paper which can be accessed here on ArXiv
I was part of two projects in the University of Kentucky Undergraduate Math Lab.
From summer to fall 2018, I worked on computations in tropical geometry
where we studied "well-poised" hypersurfaces.
Our resulting publication is accessible here on ArXiv
From spring 2019 to spring 2020, I was part of a group that conducted experiements with geometry and algebra in the Heisenberg group
We looked at asymptotic growth of geometric objects under the non-commutative operation defined by the discrete Heisenberg group, using computational methods and ideas from Ehrhart Theory.