My main area of research is in computational topology, borrowing tools and ideas from pure math to approach data. I use topological and geometric techniques to see dynamical systems through a unique lens and characterize patterns therein of real and simulated data.
I am a member of the Topological Data Analysis Group at CSU, a group of past and present CSU graduate students and faculty. We meet weekly (online) to collaborate on projects and bounce ideas off of one another.
I am teaching MATH 122A/B this year. If you are a student looking for course information, please see our D2L site.
Education PhD Colorado State University (June 2017) Thesis: Topological Techniques for Characterization of Patterns in Differential Equations. Adviser: Dr. Patrick Shipman
Master of Science Colorado State University (May 2013) Thesis: Persistent Homology of the Logistic Map: An Exploration of Chaos Adviser: Dr. Patrick Shipman
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics,Minor in Physics and French Colorado State University (May 2011) Honor Scholar, Magna Cum Laude Thesis: Image Classifcation using Geometric, Linear Algebraic and Statistical Methods Adviser: Dr. Chris Peterson