Conferences and Programs, Student Research, Expository Notes and Articles

with Ben Williams Unstable Motivic Homotopy Theory, prepared for the Handbook of Homotopy Theory, edited by Haynes Miller. February 23, 2019.

Co-advisor with Mona Merling to PhD student Thomas Brazelton.

Advisor to PhD student Stephen Mckean.

Co-advisor with Paul Arne Ostvaer to PhD 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.

Mathematics Employment Experience for High School Students Georgia Institute of Technology, June 11-15 2018 and July 10-14 2017, co-organizing with Latricia Gladden, and Alicia Scott.

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

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.