My mathematical work involves studying problems in geometric analysis by analyzing associated partial differential equations. Many problems I consider are related to mathematical relativity.
When not thinking about mathematics, I enjoy being outside – hiking, skiing, gardening, etc.
- PhD 2007, M.S. 2003 University of Oregon,
- B.S 2001 University of Puget Sound
At Lewis & Clark, I have the opportunity to teach a wide variety of courses, ranging from first-year seminars to advanced mathematics classes. I regularly teach the ordinary and partial differential equations courses. For more information see my personal webpage.
- 2016: Granted tenure at Lewis & Clark College and promoted to Associate Professor.
- April 2014: Honored as the Teacher of the Year at Lewis & Clark College.
- January 2010: Joined the Mathematical Sciences Department at Lewis & Clark College as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
- July 2009 - October 2009: Visiting position at Albert Einstein Institute, the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics.
- January 2009 - June 2009: Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Washington - Tacoma.
- October 2007 - December 2008: Research position at Albert Einstein Institute, the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics.
- June 2007: Doctorate degree in Mathematics from University of Oregon; thesis supervised by James Isenberg.
- May 2001: Bachelor’s degree from University of Puget Sound with majors in Mathematics and Physics.