I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of South Carolina.

I study algebraic geometry and am particularly interested in questions arising from Homological Mirror Symmetry. Much of my current work focuses on derived categories and their relation to more classical questions. My research has been partially supported by the Simons Foundation and the National Science Foundation. It has also benefited from a membership at the Institute for Advanced Study and funding from the Southeastern Conference.

For more information about me, see my CV. For a research summary and a list of my papers, take a look at my research page.

This summer and fall I am co-organizing a Thematic Program on Homological Mirror Symmetry at the Fields Institute.

Alicia Lamarche, Keller Vandebogert (co-advised with Andy Kustin), and Robert Vandermolen are currently working with me. Blake Farman finished in Spring 2018. Jess Otis finished in Summer 2019.

Previously Patrick McFaddin, was a postdoc in our group. He is now a tenure-track professor at Fordham.

During the Fall 2019 semester, I am teaching two sections of Math 141. I also serve as the Math 141 Coordinator for the department.