I am a Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Queen’s University. My research interests include algebraic geometry, commutative algebra, and combinatorics. I also have taught a wide range of courses to undergraduate and graduate students, including Linear Algebra, Elementary Geometry, and Computational Commutative Algebra. I am honoured to be a recipient of an American Mathematical Society Project NExT Fellowship (2001), a Clay Mathematics Institute Liftoff Fellowship (2001), the Andre-Aisenstadt Prize (2007), and the Coxeter-James Prize (2012).
Over the next few years, I expect to take on a number of graduate students. Although I am primarily interested in PhD students, I like to have students start at the Master’s level. Highly qualified applicants are encouraged to contact me directly.