Spring 2013I'm spending the semester attending the Buenos Aires Semester in Computability, Complexity and Randomness at the Departamento de Computación, Universidad de Buenos Aires.
- [Fall 2012] Math 171: Calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry I (course website)
- [Spring 2012] Math/Stat 431: Introduction to the Theory of Probability (course website)
- [Fall 2011] Math 222: Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (course website)
ResearchMy research is in computability theory; I am particularly interested in problems that bring to light the nontrivial interaction between computable structure and classical mathematical structure. In pursuit of this interaction, I have done work in Kolmogorov complexity and algorithmic randomness, reverse mathematics, and effective mathematics (primarily computable analysis and topology).
BiographyI received my Ph.D. in Mathematics from Cornell University in August of 2002 under the direction of Anil Nerode. At the same time, I was awarded a Masters Degree in Computer Science. I took a three year VIGRE Postdoctoral fellowship in the Mathematics Department of Indiana University in Bloomington, although I spent one of those years visiting Rod Downey at Victoria University in Wellington. After three years in a tenure-track position at the University of Connecticut, I moved to the University of WisconsinMadison in the Fall of 2008.