I am currently a Professor in the
Department of Mathematics
at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I
received my PhD from the University
of Texas and then spent several years at Stanford with an NSF postdoctoral fellowship. The next stop was the University
of Pennsylvania where, after four years, I became an Associate Professor and then moved to Georgia Tech.
My advisor at the University of Texas was Bob Gompf. However my mathematical interests and career really began much earlier in an inspiring calculus class I took from Coke Reed as a freshman at the University of Texas.
I live with my wife, Lori
Lejeune, and two cats in the Atlanta area.
I am primarily interested in the topology of low dimensional manifolds and
its relation with geometry and dynamics. Please take a look at my vita in pdf
format for more information.
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