My research is in number theory and arithmetic geometry, with an emphasis on applications to cryptography. I also work in computational number theory and am a contributor to the LMFDB and to SageMath. In my practice as a teacher, my focus is on noncoercive teaching techniques and universal design. I want my classroom to be a human, joyful space, in which all students feel welcome and cared for. Finally, I believe that the joy of mathematics is a human right, and my professional mission is to create spaces that are joyful and comfortable for all mathematicians but center people who have been historically excluded from mathematics.

## Assistant Professor

### Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Number Theory, Arithmetic Geometry, and Mathematical Cryptography

### Education

- Ph.D Mathematics, University of Wisconsin – Madison

### Contact

Email:

Phone:

- (802) 656-4353

Office Location:

Innovation Hall E445

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