University of Wisconsin–Madison
Department of Mathematics
822 Van Vleck Hall
480 Lincoln Drive
Madison, WI 53706
I have accepted a NSF postdoctoral research fellowship for 2013-2017.
In the near future, you can find me at Barnard College, Columbia University and the Institute for Advanced Study.
My Research Statement.
about me: I'm a graduate student and teaching assistant in the mathematics department at UW Madison. My research involves the interactions between symplectic, contact and complex geometry, and my advisor is Mohammed Abouzaid. I'm currently working on computing cylindrical contact homology for links of simple singularities and figuring out when one can boldly claim that this is indeed a well-defined homology theory for my thesis. Before my 'life' as a graduate student I spent a year as a foreign exchange student at the Technische Universität Berlin. I earned my bachelors degree in mathematics and minored in German at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. A long time ago I went to the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy. Among other things I enjoy the color purple, knitting, speaking german (poorly at this point), vegetarian food, and travelling. Qin Li and I are running the Women in Mathematics at Wisconsin group this year. See my cats do manifolds!