I am an associate professor in the Mathematics Department at the University of Oregon.  My work is currently supported by NSF CAREER award DMS-1751281 and the Williams Fund.  CV available upon request.

My primary research area is number theory.  I am especially interested in topics at the intersection of seemingly disparate phenomena, such as links between analytic and algebraic behavior in number theory and geometry.  

Some community-focused projects I am currently leading:

Creativity Counts (Museum Exhibit)

Math and the Creative Process (Undergraduate Course)

Research Innovations & Diverse Collaborations (Research Workshops)

photo taken by Miles Truesdell

Editorial Work:

Current: Editorial Board of Research in Number Theory.  Please click here to submit articles. 

Previous:‚Äč Directions in Number Theory: Proceedings of the 2014 WIN3 Workshop.  Editors: E. Eischen, L. Long, R. Pries, K. Stange.  339 pages.  Springer International Publishing (2016).