Department of Mathematics

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- Research Statement

I am currently a postdoc at Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany. My research interests include complex dynamics, Teichmüller space, self-similar groups, and Thurston's theorem for postcritically finite rational maps. My doctoral thesis was written under the supervision of Kevin Pilgrim at Indiana University.

Quadratic nearly Euclidean Thurston maps, with G. Kelsey, in preparation

Origami, affine maps, and complex dynamics, with W. Floyd, G. Kelsey, S. Koch, W. Parry, K. Pilgrim, and E. A. Saenz Maldonado, in preparation

A classification of postcritically finite Newton maps, with Y. Mikulich and D. Schleicher, preprint

Combinatorial properties of Newton maps, with Y. Mikulich and D. Schleicher, preprint

Boundary values of the Thurston pullback mapConform. Geom. Dyn. 17 (2013)

Thesis

Undergraduate Seminar / Perspectives (Module II)

Undergraduate Seminar / Perspectives (Module I)

ESM 2B-Linear Algebra, Fourier, Probability--Spring 2015

ESM 1B-Multivariable Calculus, ODE--Fall 2014

Introductory Complex Analysis--Fall 2013

General Mathematics and Computational Science II--Spring 2013

Perspectives of Mathematics--Fall 2012

Boundary values of Thurston's pullback map

Classification of postcritically finite Newton maps

Beyond the twisted rabbit