PhD-Applied Mathematics, University of North Carolina (UNC), 2018
BA-Mathematics, Duke University, 2011
(basketball enthusiasts may realize there is tension between my undergraduate/graduate institutions)
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University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
RIGID GRAPH COMPRESSION: MOTIF-BASED RIGIDITY ANALYSIS FOR DISORDERED FIBER NETWORKS.
Multiscale modeling & simulation : a SIAM interdisciplinary journal issue 3 volume 16 page 1283-1304 (January 2018)
- Network science and complex systems
- Rigidity percolation
- Composite materials
- Social capital
I am a postdoctoral research assistant working with Neave O'Clery as part of the PEAK urban interdisciplinary project. I am quite new to (and excited to be) working in social/economic networks, as my PhD work is more concerned with the modeling of condensed matter physics (I am working on a paper "Rigidity percolation in random rod packings" that should be submitted soon...)
Previously, I had the pleasure of being advised in my PhD by Peter J. Mucha and M. Gregory Forest. Other collaborators include: Dane Taylor, Feng "Bill" Shi, Theo J. Dingemans, Maruti Hegde, Daphne Klotsa, and Ryan Fox.
While at UNC, I designed the networks curriculum for the annual free summer camp Girls Talk Math. Currently, I am working to help organize the third annual Oxford Summer School on Economic Networks. I am also tutoring Hilary 2019 for Mathematics and Data Science for Development.
Between undergraduate/graduate schools, I worked in Nashville, TN as an educator with Teach for America.