I am currently a fifth-year PhD candidate in the Math Department at UC Riverside.
I’m working with Professor Jacob Greenstein
within the field of representation theory,
in particular studying quiver representations and quantum groups
from the perspective of the Hall algebras associated to them.
Please see my research page for details.
Also at UC Riverside I’ve co-organized the
an annual mathematics conference for graduate students in southern California,
and I am currently the secretary of the
Math Department Grad Student Association.
Prior to coming to Riverside, I received my Bachelor’s Degree
in General Mathematics and Mathematics Education at
At Chico I did research in spatial graph theory
under the supervision of
Professor Thomas Mattman.
Latest Useful Things I’ve Made
Much of teaching and learning
is based around the creation and digestion of documents.
Here are some points about accessibility to consider
when creating documents for a class.
Webpage for my fall 2019 Math5 discussion.
Webpage for the summer seminar to help prepare graduate students
for their qualifying exam in algebra.
I’ve posted mock exams, a large bank of exercises, notes,
and other helpful resources.
Webpage for my summer 2019 course on integral calculus.
I’m posting a course outline, and the lecture notes, homework, and assessments here.
Webpage for the algebra portion of the summer 2019
Advanced Mathematics Program,
organized by myself and Jonathan Alcaraz.
A template website for a (small) academic conference.
Notes I typed up for my oral exam that cover the background for my research.
Webpage for my summer 2018 course on ODEs.
I’m posting a course outline, the course materials I created,
and my own reflections to help any instructors planning a similar ODEs course.