I am focused on computational aspects of Commutative Algebra at the University of Kentucky.

About me:
I come from Seattle, WA, and I’m a second-year graduate student in the Mathematics PhD program. I obtained my B.S. in Mathematics from Central Washington University in 2019. I enjoy outdoor activities such as cycling, camping, hiking, fishing, canoeing, and more. I love playing the guitar, and fancy a game of chess now and then. I have also spent a lot of time studying computer programming, and have coded various things such as basic operating systems and toy webservers.

Useful things:
  • For my teaching, click here.
  • If you’re interested in Algebra prelim solutions, click here.
  • Click here for two free $\LaTeX$ homework templates.
  • Click here for a database of number fields and Galois groups (useful for those taking MA 661)
  • Click here for a database of ring theory (who doesn’t like rings?)
  • Click here for a hand-drawn LaTeX symbol encoder (this is epic)
  • Click here for a very nice replacement for Mathematica (SageMath: it’s free!)
  • Click here for an extremely useful study source for Modern Algebra (Keith Conrad’s Blurbs)

Curriculum Vitae:
Click here for my CV.

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When you see a good move, look for a better oneEmanuel Lasker