I am a mathematics graduate student at University of Oregon. My advisor is Dan Dugger
, and my research interests are in algebraic topology, specifically equivaraint homotopy theory and RO(G)-graded cohomology computations where G is a finite group.
Here is my CV
. (last updated: September 2019)
- Slides from a talk I gave at the AMS Spring Sectional Meeting in March 2019 about the RO(C2)-graded cohomology of C2-surfaces and equivariant fundamental classes in constant Z/2 coefficients.
- Slides from a talk I gave at the 2018 Young Topologists Meeting about the RO(C2)-graded cohomology in both constant Z/2 coefficients and constant integer coefficients.
- I am involved with the Association for Women in Mathematics chapter at UO. You can find more information about our organization on the uoawm website.
- I am also involved with the UO Directed Reading Program (DRP). This program pairs undergraduate and graduate students together to undertake a reading project. You can find more information about our DRP on the uodrp website. You can also find more information about DRPs at other universities on the DRP network website.
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