I am a graduate student of Les Saper. For my thesis, I have been calculating L2 cohomology groups of incomplete metrics coming from singular complex varieties. This work is an interesting example of the interplay between analysis and topology.
I have done work in several other fields as well, including mathematical neuroscience, applied sheaf theory, and applied topology more broadly.
|Office Location:||274G Physics|
|BS||Washington State University||2013|
Current projects: Some Results on Max Intersection-Complete Codes, Decomposing Vineyards with Sheaf Theory
I am a student of Les Saper, with broad interests in algebraic topology and complex geometry. I am also interested in many other fields of mathematics, including geometric analysis, functional analysis, representation theory, stochastic analysis, and applied topology, especially persistent homology.