In May 2001, I received my B.S. from the Computer Science Department at the University of Illinois. In August 2007, I received my Ph.D. from the Mathematics Department at the University of Wisconsin. From Fall 2007 to Summer 2012, I worked as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at University of Connecticut, Victoria University of Wellington, University of Connecticut, and University of Chicago. From October 2012 to September 2015, I worked as a software engineer at Google Chicago. From September 2015 to September 2017, I worked as a data engineer at Code.org. From December 2017, I've worked as a software engineer at Google Chicago.
If for some reason you want to know more about me than that, read a short synopsis of my life.
At the moment, I am not actively looking for new employment. That said, please feel free to contact me about possible positions in academics or industry. My CV and resume are available. References are available upon request.
Although I've enjoyed mathematics longer than I can remember, only the last many years worth of my mathematics (in particular, papers and seminar talks) has found itself online.
Old course homepages from previous institutions (UIUC, UW, UCONN, VUW) are not currently available to the public. If you would like access to them, please let me know.
Although the quotations aren't mine in the sense of attribution, my quotations are mine in the sense that every one was carefully chosen. Understand why each quotation is there, and why others aren't there, and you'll understand much of what there is to know about me.
Both the design of this page and the pages underneath it were inspired
by the webpage of Johann Leida. For better or for worse, he doesn't get
the original credit, which goes to the folks at
Open Source Web Design.
The specific design is based on