Currently I am a Visiting Assistant Professor in the School of Mathematics
at the University of Minnesota
. I earned my Ph.D in Applied Mathematics from the University of Washington
in 2015 under the direction of Bernard Deconinck
. My thesis
was on analytic solutions of interface problems using the Unified Transform (Fokas) Method
. More information on my current research can be found on my research
Prior to studying at UW I earned my undergraduate degree in Mathematics with a specialization in Applied Mathematics at Seattle University
. I worked with John Carter
on the stability of two-dimensional soltion solutions to the nonlinear Schrödinger equation.
I am from Boise, Idaho and my younger sister
is a professional golfer. I enjoy running with my dog Bosco and cooking with my husband. I love being outside and when not working on research problems I often get sidetracked by craft projects.
Office/ Vincent Hall