I recived my PhD from Northeastern University in 2016 under the advisorship of Chris Beasley.
My mathematical research involves using higher dimensional complex analysis to relate observables in super ChernSimons gauge theories
to the geometry and topology of three manifolds.
My educational reserach interest focus on effective assesment design and reaserch on student learning methods.

Research Statement 
CV 
Teaching Philosophy 
Teaching Portfolio 
Teaching Videos: Gaussian Elimination Example,
Partial Derivatives
 Research

Areas Of Interest
Mathematical Physics with a focus on Quantum Field Theory, Representation Theory, and Geometry.
Papers
 "Anomalies and Holomorphy in Supersymmetric ChernSimonsMatter Theories," joint with C. Beasley, In Preparation
 "Programming with MATLAB: A Project Based Approach." MathWorks MATLAB Courseware.
 Academic History

Ph.D Mathematics, Northeastern University, May 2016
M.S. Mathematics, Northeastern University, May 2011
B.S. Mathematics, University of Washington, June 2008
 Awards and Honors

Northeastern University "Outstanding Graduate Student Award for Teaching in the Sciences," 2016.
Northeastern University Mathematics Departmentâ€™s "Best TA Teaching Award", 20132014.
 Talks

 "Evaluating exams: a field guide to effective multiple choice questions," UBC Lunch Series on Teaching and Learning, Nov. 30, 2017.
 "How mathematicians talk about space," Archimedes Talks for Vancouver Public Schools, Nov, 19th, 2017.
 "Factorization of the partition function for 3d SCFT's on S^3," Boston University Geometry and Physics Seminar, Feb. 23, 2016.
 "A higher dimensional Jordan lemma and the factorization of 3d SCFT's on S^3," Northeastern University Research Seminar in Mathematics, Nov. 3, 2015.
 "Homological mirror symmetry," Northeastern University Mathematics Graduate Student Seminar, February 5, 2015.
 Quantum field theory and the Jones polynomial,
Northeastern University Mathematics Graduate Student Seminar, February 3, 2014.
 Conferences Attended

 "Black Holes, Holography and Strings: A Celebration of the Science of Andrew Strominger," Harvard University, July, 2015.
 "Recent Progress in String Theory and Mirror Symmetry," Brandeis University, March 2015
 "SMS Summer School  Physics and Mathematics of Link Homology," Centre de
Recherche Mathematiques, 2013
 Teaching

Curriculum Designer and Instructor
 Codesigner of Northeastern Mathematics Workshops in Mathematical Modeling, Fall 2015/Spring 2016
 Bridge to Calculus with Boston Public Schools, Summer 2015
 R and Statistical Computing for Incoming Math Majors, Spring 2015
 Programming with Matlab for Incoming Math Majors, Spring 2014, Fall 2014
 Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth  Paradoxes and Infinities, Summer 2012
Instructor  University of British Columbia
 Linear Systems, Spring 2018
 Calculus III: Multidimensional Caclulus, Spring 2018
 Calculus I: Differential Calculus for Economics, Fall 2017
 Mathematical Proof, Spring 2017
 Calculus II: Differential Calculus for Life Science, Spring 2017
 Calculus I: Differential Calculus for Life Science, Fall 2016
 Calculus III: Multidimensional Caclulus, Fall 2016
Instructor Northeastern University
 Calculus for Biology, Fall 2012, Spring 2013
 Calculus I for Life Sciences, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
 Calculus III: Vector calculus for engineers, Fall 2010, Spring 2011
Other Positions
 Head mentor for PRISM  Proactive Recruitment In Science and Mathematics  undergraduate research program, Summer 2013  Summer 2014
 President, Northeastern University Mathematics Graduate Student Association, 20132014.
 References and Course Materials
 Available on request