Conferences and Programs, Student Research, Expository Notes and Articles

Co-advisor to graduate student Sabrina Pauli.

Connections for Women: Derived Algebraic Geometry, Birational Geometry, and Moduli Spaces January 28-30, 2019 at MSRI, Berkeley, California, co-organized with Julie Bergner, Antonella Grassi, and Bianca Viray.

Special Session on Homotopy Theory April 14-15, 2018 at Vanderbilt University, co-organized with Anna Marie Bohmann.

Mathematics Employment Experience for High School Students Georgia Institute of Technology, July 10-14, 2017, co-organized with Latricia Gladden, and Alicia Scott.

Nilpotent Fundamental Groups Banff International Research Station, June 18-23, 2017, co-organized with Ján Minác, Florian Pop, and Adam Topaz.

TAAAG: Topological Approaches to Algebra and Arithmetic Geometry September 2-4, 2016, co-organized with Ben Antieau, and Danny Krashen.

2016 West Coast Algebraic Topology Summer School on interactions between algebraic topology and number theory in chromatic homotopy theory. August 8-13, 2016.

Introduction to unstable motivic homotopy theory Workshop June 10-12, 2016, co-organized with Ben Antieau, Marc Levine, and Ben Williams.

WHAT IS…an Anabelian Scheme? Notices of the AMS, March 2016, Volume 63 No 3, p. 285-286. Full issue.

Research project on splitting varieties with REU student Brandon Boggess, supported by an REU supplement to NSF DMS-1406380, Summer 2015. Brandon Boggess’s paper on this work has been published in the Journal of Number Theory, 169C (2016), 388-405, and is available on arXiv Splitting Varieties for Cup Products with Z/3-Coefficients.

Grothendieck's Anabelian Conjectures The Harvard College Mathematics Review, Spring 2013, Volume 5, p. 77-83.

Notes for a talk given at Stanford Symposium 2012 in honor of Gunnar Carlsson, Ralph Cohen, and Ib Madsen.

PROMYS mentor, summer 2012. Research project for high school students on random involutions:project description.

AMS special session on rational points on varieties at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 5-6, 2012, co-organized with Jennifer Balakrishnan, Bjorn Poonen, and Bianca Viray.

PROMYS mentor, summer 2010. Research project for high school students on real algebraic curves:project description.