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I earned my Ph.D. in Mathematics in May 2019, specializing in algebra. My advisor was Dr. Keith A. Kearnes.

I am interested in topics that lie in the intersection of the areas of algebra and algorithms, in particular whether or not there exist efficient methods for solving computational problems in algebra.

My current research is within the scope of the Symmetry in Computational Complexity (CoCoSym) project, working under Libor Barto.

My doctoral research concerned the computational complexity of questions related to finding homomorphisms between algebraic structures within the same variety, and the effects of additional identities on the operations of the variety on this computational complexity. In general, these problems are NP-complete. More information can be found in Publications.