I am a 5th year math PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, expecting to graduate in May 2017. I hold degrees in both physics and mathematics.

My mathematical research is in **complex geometry**, which lies in the intersection of differential geometry, geometric analysis, and algebraic geometry. Complex geometry has a rich interplay with modern physics. Put very crudely, the main goal of complex geometry (and geometry in general) is to uncover the possible geometries (in all dimensions!) that exist and satisfy various topological constraints and symmetry requirements.

Outside of mathematics, I enjoy the outdoors, playing guitar, building robots, reading philosophy and science fiction, and going on epic adventures across the globe with my wife, Avery.

[CV]

Office: 816 Van Vleck Hall

Department of Mathematics

Van Vleck Hall / 480 Lincoln Dr.

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Madison, WI 53706-1388

(my last name)@math.wisc.edu

608-262-3546