Department of Mathematics
North Dakota State University
Minard 406G
1210 Albrecht Boulevard
Fargo, ND 58102

My research program applies a theoretical background to analyze existing models for physical phenomena through a combinatorial or probabilistic lens. Through the NSF-funded IMPACT program at Georgia Tech, I realigned my research to focus on problems in discrete math and molecular biology. Moving forward, my interdisciplinary projects evaluate aspects of RNA folding as well as first passage percolation, a model for fluid flow and biological growth. For more details on my research, see my research page.

NDSU will be hosting the Great Plains Combinatorics Conference in the 2020-2021 academic year.