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When I was a graduate student in the 1990s I was researching a couple of different topics: enumerating lattice points in polytopes and also the structure of the Groebner bases of certain ideals generated by generic polynomials. Tools from convex geometry, algebraic geometry, and combinatorics were used. Currently I am working towards a PhD at IUPUI and am now interested in problems from algebraic number theory.
I am interested in using the web (in particular the original tests and surveys feature in Oncourse) as a means of giving homework to students. I use the data from the online homeworks to tell me which types of problems to go over in lecture.
Recipient of full-tuition Honor Scholarship to Wabash College, 1985
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