Caleb Marshall is a PhD student working with Izabella Łaba and Malabika Pramanik in the Harmonic Analysis research group at UBC. Caleb Marshall obtained a Bachelor of Science (Hons.) in Mathematics from Missouri State University in 2019 and a Master of Science in Mathematics from UBC in November of 2021.
Caleb's research lies at the intersection of Fractal Geometry, Fourier Analysis, and Combinatorics. He is currently studying projection theorems for fractal sets, with his most recent projects examining the Favard length of certain self-similar sets in the plane.
In May 2021, Caleb accepted an invitation to become a Vanier Scholar. Caleb's research and studies are currently supported by the Vanier Canadian Graduate Scholarship.
Caleb's pronouns are he/him/his.