Welcome
to my website. I am an applied mathematician with very broad interests
in the mathematical sciences. In my research I use techniques from
analysis, variational calculus, asymptotics, differential geometry and
numerical simulations to study and model phenomenon occuring in the
physical sciences. More details on my research can be found here.

I grew up in central Pennsylvania (here is a link to a picture from the valley I grew up in) where I spent a lot of time playing baseball and going on adventures in the woods. In August 2001 I went to college at Millersville University of Pennsylvania where I discovered my passion for mathematics and physics. In May 2012 I earned my doctorate in applied mathematics from The Interdisciplinary Program in Applied Mathematics
at the University of Arizona. I absolutely love everything about
mathematics and science and
there is nothing I would rather be doing then furthering mathematical
knowledge through research and instruction. My ultimate goal is to
become a professor in a mathematics department where I can continue to
learn and disseminate mathematical knowledge. In this website you will
find links to past and current research
projects I am working on along with links to past courses I have
taught.