Research articles
Notes and slides from various talks
My research interests and background (somewhat outdated)

Notes from Math 5210 Introduction to Representation Theory and Lie Algebras (University of Connecticut, Spring 2010)
Thanks to Ben Salisbury for typing these up during class (he has many more notes on his homepage). They also include some student presentations. To my knowledge, they haven't been carefully proofread.

Some fractals that I made as part of undergrad summer research with Estela Gavosto at the University of Kansas. These are (complex) one-dimensional slices of a (complex) two-dimensional parameter space arising from the Hénon map. The classical Mandelbrot set is, for example, one of the one-dimensional slices of this set, thus the similarity to some of these slices.

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