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B.S. Mathematics, Haverford College, 2002
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This picture is from when I was on the cross-country & track team in college, if you must know.
CV: (pdf)
Teaching Statement: (pdf)
Research Statement: (pdf)
Math 101, Calculus I, Fall 2005. Syllabus: (pdf)
I have also taught Math 102 (Calculus II) in Summer 2005 and
Math 212 (Multivariable Calculus) in Summer 2006.
(1) My current research area is Geometric Measure Theory.
Here is a paper submitted to the Real Analysis Journal that explains what I am currently doing
"Convergence of Gibbs Measures Associated with Simulated Annealing: The Case of Distance Squared" (pdf)
(It should appear in the Real Analysis Journal in the winter edition).
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(2) Here is a paper I wrote in college about Zaslavsky's Theorem, involving Arrangements of Hyperplanes.
"Zaslavsky's Theorem" (pdf)
Forms and Currents Seminar
Bob Hardt's Measure Theory Seminar
Vigre 699 Seminar: Sub-Riemannian Geometry
Vigre Seminar: Level Sets
Real and Complex Analysis Research Seminar
Current Mathematics Seminar
Rice University Mathematics Department Colloquium
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