I am currently Craig McKibben & Sarah Merner Endowed Professor of Mathematics at the University of Washington. My work is mostly in algebraic geometry (of an arithmetic flavor), but lately I’ve also been thinking a bit about computer vision. Here is a (likely outdated) copy of my CV.
I mostly do math research. Here’s my listing on MathSciNet if you can access it. Here’s my listing on the arXiv, where I put all of my math papers (with a few exceptions from long ago, and one or two things that publishers won’t let me put there).
Here is a book manuscript with Kollár, Olsson, and Sawin: The Zariski topology, linear systems, and algebraic varieties.
Every once in a while, I do something else. I will try to keep the list of non-math articles up to date in my CV, but it is possible I will fail.
This year I’m teaching a course on model theory in algebraic geometry, in the Spring quarter.
I’m currently running the graduate program in the UW math department. Please go here if you want to schedule a meeting with me.
You can reach me by email by connecting my last name to
uw.edu in the obvious way. You can also contact me by mail.
I am partially supported by NSF grant DMS-1901933. During academic year 2018-2019 I was partially supported by the Simons Foundation.