Activities & Travel

Image: From a trip to the Amazon, 2019.

Spring 2022

Organizer for the GOCC (Graduate Online Combinatorics Colloquium).

Past Conferences and Workshops

2022

Open Problems in Algebraic Combinatorics. University of Minnesota. May 16-20, 2022
FPSAC'21 - Ramat-Gan, Israel. Speaker. January 10-13, 2022. (Virtual)

2021

University of Kansas - Combinatorics Seminar; Invited Speaker. November 4-7, 2021.
AMS Special Session: New Trends in Combinatorics; Invited Speaker. Online, October 9-10, 2021.
Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics (GRWC). Online. June 14-25, 2021.
DePaul Algebra, Combinatorics, and Number Theory Seminar; Invited Speaker. Online. June 11, 2021.
CanaDAM 2021. Online. May 25-28, 2021.
Graduate Student Combinatorics Conference (GSCC); Speaker. Online. April 23-25, 2021.
Polytop(ics): Recent advances on polytopes. Max Planck Institute. Online. April 6-9, 2021.
UMass Amherst Discrete Math Seminar; Invited Speaker. Online. March 5th, 2021.

2020

AlGeCom-XX. Virtual. December 1-4, 2020.
Graduate Online Combinatorics Colloquium. Invited Speaker. Online. October 14, 2020.
FPSAC'20 - Online. July 6-24, 2020.
AlCoVE: An Algebraic Combinatorics Virtual Expedition. Online. June 15-16, 2020.
AlGeCom-XVIIII. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, March 7, 2020.
Triangle Lectures in Combinatorics. University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC. February 29, 2020.

2019

Triangle Lectures in Combinatorics. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. November 16th, 2019.


Service and Outreach

University of Kentucky

Member of the Working Group on Ethics, Equity, and Inclusion in the Mathematical Sciences since 2020.
Officer for the University of Kentucky AWM Student Chapter, 2020-2021.
UK Math Department Peer Mentor (2019-2020 and 2020-2021).
Appalachian Initiative for Mathematics - Visited a high school to inspire students with interesting mathematics. March 2020.
Helped enact the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival in Lexington in 2018 and 2019.

Other

July 2019 - I joined my physician wife on a two-week medical mission trip to the Amazon River Valley, organized in partnership with the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Apart from serving villages with extremely limited access to healthcare, the most rewarding aspect for me was meeting many young children who told me their favorite subject in school was math! I wasn't expecting to do math outreach, but took the chance to encourage many children to keep working hard in school, in particular on their math skills.