Advising students is one of the most important and fun parts of my job!
Graduate student advisees
- Joshua Mirth, Department of Mathematics. Masters in Fall 2017. Current PhD student, 3rd year.
- John Bush, Department of Mathematics. Current PhD student, 2nd year.
- Lara Kassab, Department of Mathematics. Current PhD student, 1st year.
- Brittany Carr, Department of Mathematics. Current MS student, 1st year.
Undergraduate student advisees
- Sean Willmot, A classification of planar curves whose Vietoris-Rips graphs are cyclic, 2017-present.
- Adam Jaffe (Stanford University) and Bonginkosi Sibanda (Brown University), via the Summer@ICERM 2017 program. Research paper Vietoris-Rips complexes of regular polygons, 2017-present. [Slides, Webpage, Photo]
- Samadwara Reddy via the Duke PRUV Fellowship. Bachelor's thesis The Vietoris-Rips complexes of finite subsets of an ellipse of small eccentricity and research paper On Vietoris-Rips complexes of ellipses, 2015-2017. [Slides]
- Colin Roberts. Bachelor's thesis Sweeping costs of simply-connected domains and research paper Sweeping costs of planar domains, 2016-2017.
- Brooks Adams, research paper Sweeping costs of planar domains, 2016-2017.
- John Obuch, undergraduate research paper Crystallization processes in 1-D, 2016.
I am also the coach of the CSU Putnam team, 2015-present.
Where can I find resources if I am interested in applied topology?
- You may be interested in the Applied Algebraic Topology Research Network. Become a member to receive email invites to the online research seminars. Recorded talks are available at the YouTube Channel. There is also a forum.
- Another source of applied topology news is appliedtopology.org
- Mailing lists with announcements in applied topology include WinCompTop and ALGTOP-L.