I have a research fellowship this year, so I am not teaching any courses. In recent years I have taught various courses in mathematics and computer science. Web pages for some of the courses that I taught are still available here.


What's New

  • 2015–2016: For the next school year, I will be a Visiting Assistant Professor at St. Olaf College.
  • July 2015: My new video, a 9-minute Introduction to Persistent Homology, is available on YouTube.
  • March 2015: My paper, Hadwiger Integration of Random Fields, was published in Topological Methods in Nonlinear Analysis.
  • January 2015: I presented three lectures about topological data analysis as part of a week-long school on the same subject at CIMAT in Guanajuato, Mexico.
  • November 2014: I spoke about multidimensional persistent homology in the Industrial and Applied Mathematics Seminar at the University of Oxford.
  • October 2014: I gave a math department colloquium lecture at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
  • September 2014: My new video, What is the size of a function?, a 6-minute introduction to Hadwiger integrals, is available on YouTube.

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