PhD Student, Graduate Teaching Fellow

Department of Mathematics

University of Oregon

Fenton 209

kutler(at)uoregon(dot)edu

I am currently a PhD student in mathematics at the University of Oregon. For the academic year 2017-18, I will be a Gibbs Assistant Professor in the mathematics department at Yale University. Starting in Fall 2018, I will be a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Kentucky.

I like to work with combinatorial objects which show up in algebraic geometry. I am specifically interested in matroids, hypertoric varieties, and tropical and non-archimedean geoemetry. Find a list of my papers and preprints here.

My PhD advisor is Nick Proudfoot.

In Spring 2017 I am teaching Math 315.

- Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium, University of British Columbia, April 8-9, 2017.
- Foundations of tropical schemes, American Institute of Mathematics, April 10-15, 2017.

Here is my CV.