I am a faculty member in the Mathematics Department at the University of Oregon.  My primary research area is number theory.  My work is supported by National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award DMS-1751281 on "Structure and Interpolation in Number Theory and Beyond" and NSF Grant DMS-1559609

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.  My research particularly focuses on automorphic forms and L-functions, especially algebraic and p-adic aspects.  Due to time constraints, my work currently lies in fully in pure mathematics, although I have previously explored (and, with sufficient time, would again return to) interdisciplinary and applied topics.

photo taken by Miles Truesdell