Read about our graduate students below.
I am originally from New York City and went to Harvard for my undergraduate degree in mathematics. I started at the Tulane PhD program in the Fall of 2008, and ever since I have been enjoying warm weather and great seafood while living and working in New Orleans. My mathematical interests include probability theory, quantum information theory, and domain theory. Recently I've been working on statistical questions arising from experiments in quantum mechanics, such as the Bell inequality experiment. Outside of my research, I am an aficionado and performer of New Orleans style piano.
I grew up in Long Beach, California. I received my Bachelor of Science in mathematics at UC Riverside and my Master of Arts in mathematics from California State University, San Bernardino. My mathematical interests include combinatorics (algebraic and geometric), graph theory, topology and representation theory. Beyond my research, I am an avid Lakers fan and enjoy old school hip hop music.
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