Starting this summertime, I will be a Teacher-Scholar Postdoctoral Fellow at Wake Forest.  I will be working most closely with Ken Berenhaut.

In the meantime, I will completing my Ph.D at Dartmouth College under the direction of Sergi Elizalde.

I work in combinatorics, dynamical systems, probability, and their applications.  In particular, I study the interaction between permutations and iterated maps with the aim of extending and improving permutation-based techniques for estimating the entropy of time series.

Up Next: I will be attending FPSAC and Permutation Patterns, both at Dartmouth, in July.  If you are there, make sure to say hello!  I can point you in the direction of the best cups of coffee, walking trails and quiet spaces in town.