I am an
professor at Denison University in
the Department of
Mathematics and Computer Science.
I am continuing my work in homotopy theory (a subfield of algebraic
topology), focusing on
questions involving localization and model categories. My work has
applications to the theory of algebras over operads, equivariant
homotopy theory, homological algebra, representation theory, and motivic homotopy theory. Additionally, I am
supervising undergraduate research in computer science, discrete
applied mathematics, and applied statistics.
Finally, I have
begun to dabble in game theory, with applications to economics.
please visit my "Research"
Current Teaching (Spring 2017):
CS 335 / Math 427: Probability, Computing, and Graph Theory
CS 111: Scientific Data and Dynamics
Math 124: Calculus II (Spring 2017)
Math 242: Applied Statistics (2016 version)
Math/CS 335: Probability, Computing, and Graph Theory
Math 401: Statistical Modeling
Math 242: Applied Statistics (2015 version)
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Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
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Granville, OH 43023
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