A study of number of 9-arcs and 10-arcs in the present in the projective plane.
View the Ten-Arcs homepage, or our Mathfest 2015 presentation.
Take a look at us on the SUMRY 2015 website and the 2015 Ohio State Young Mathematicians' Conference Program.
Counting Arcs in the Projective Plane via Glynn's Algorithm
The Number of 10-Arcs in the Projective Plane over a Finite Field is not Quasipolynomial
Counting Hamiltonian Cycles
I studied ways to count and construct Hamiltonian cycles in dense, regular directed graphs in my BS Applied Math senior thesis project, under the supervision of Professor Asaf Ferber:
Iterated Function SystemsA project on analyzing time-series data from oscillatory systems using ideas from fractal geometry, in collaboration with the incomparable Professor Michael Frame, Hannah Otis, and Noelle Thew:
SUMRY 2013 Presentation
I worked for a summer at the Yale Center for Genomics and Proteomics.Together with Una Boyle, I also produced this literature review on a related, interesting topic (creating gene expression neworks using Bayesian hierarchical modeling)!
Just For Fun
I have been known to teach lots of classes for Splash at Yale.
I also paint things, on occasion.