My research is split between homotopy theory and applied statistics,
computer science, and a smattering of other fields. My work in homotopy
theory focuses on
questions involving localization and model categories. My work has
applications to the theory of algebras over colored operads,
homotopy theory, homological algebra, representation theory, motivic
homotopy theory, and higher category theory. Additionally, I have
supervised undergraduate research in computer science, discrete
applied mathematics, and applied statistics.
My work outside homotopy theory has led to papers in economics,
computer science, humanistic
mathematics, statistics-education, and data science. Recently, I have
focus my statistics research on the opioid epidemic in Ohio, and on policing and protests. I am also
working on a data science book.
For more information please visit my "Research" page.
I will be on sabbatical in Spring of 2022, and will not be updating my webpage.
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