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\centerline{\Large \bf Curriculum Vitae}
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\mbox{}\quad\= Office Address: \ \= Mathematics Department\qquad
\= Email Address: \ \= \kill
\> Office Address: \> Duke University \> Office Phone:\> (919) 660--2846\\
\>\> Mathematics Department%, Box 90320
\> Email Address: \> \textsf{ezra\at math.duke.edu}\\
\>\> Durham, NC\ \ 27708--0320 \> Homepage:\>
%\href{http://math.duke.edu/~ezra}
%{\textsf{http:/$\!$/math.duke.edu/\~{}ezra}}\\
\textsf{https:/$\!$/scholars.duke.edu/person/ezra.miller}\\
\> Date of Birth: \> 1974 (Maryland, USA) \> Date of CV: \> December 2020
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2015$\;$--$\;$} Professor of Statistical Science, \thick{Duke University}
\dates{2009$\;$--$\;$} Professor of Mathematics, \thick{Duke University}
\dates{2006$\;$--$\;$2008} Associate Professor of Mathematics,
\thick{University of Minnesota}
\dates{2002$\;$--$\;$2006} Assistant Professor of Mathematics,
\thick{University of Minnesota}
\dates{2002$\;$--$\;$2003} MSRI Postdoc, \thick{Mathematical Sciences
Research Institute}
\dates{2000$\;$--$\;$2002} NSF Postdoc, \thick{Massachusetts Institute
of Technology} (mentor: Richard Stanley)
\dates{2000\quad Ph.D.} \thick{University of California, Berkeley},
Mathematics (advisor: Bernd Sturmfels)
\dates{1995\quad Sc.B.} Brown University, Providence, RI, Mathematics
(with Honors)
\dates{1995\quad A.B.} Brown University, Providence, RI, Music
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% \dates{2019$\;$--$\;$2020}
% % https://cas.oslo.no/research-groups/evolvability-a-new-and-%
% % unifying-concept-in-evolutionary-biology-article2750-827.html
% Fellow, Center for Advanced Study (CAS), Oslo:
% Evolvability
% % : A New and Unifying Concept
% in Evolutionary Biology
% % only those in attendance for a month or more are fellows
\dates{2018\quad Fall}
Simons CRM Professor, Centre de Recherches Math\'ematiques
(CRM), Montr\'eal
\dates{2015$\;$--$\;$2016} Faculty Fellow, SAMSI program on
Computational Neuroscience
\dates{2011$\;$--$\;$2014} Associate Director, \thick{SAMSI}
(Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute)
\dates{2010$\;$--$\;$2011} Faculty Fellow, SAMSI program on Analysis
of Object Data
\dates{2007$\;$--$\;$2008} Member, Institute for Math and its
Applications (IMA): Molecular and Cell Biology
\dates{2006$\;$--$\;$2007} Visiting Faculty, \thick{University of
Michigan}
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\marginlabel{Scientific/Academic honors, grants (see$\!$ `Organizing
activities' $\!$\&$\!$ `University service' for more~grants)}%%%%%%%%%
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2017$\;$--$\;$2020}
NSF Grant DMS-1702395 (3 years, \$122,474)
\dates{2014}
Duke SciComm Fellow (Duke Science \& Society program on science
communication)
\dates{2012}
Fellow of the American Mathematical Society
\dates{2012$\;$--$\;$2017}
NSF Grant DMS-1127914 (\$17,525,600 to fund SAMSI), co-PI:
Richard Smith (UNC-CH Stat), Pierre Gremaud (NCSU Math),
Ilse Ipsen (NCSU Math), Alan Karr (NISS)
\dates{2010$\;$--$\;$2016}
NSF Grant DMS-1001437 (6 years, \$415,804)
\dates{2010$\;$--}
NSF \& NSA conference grants (6 grants, \$100,000 total; see
\textsf{Organizing Activities}, p.\pageref{page:organizing})
\dates{2007$\;$--$\;$2009}
University of Minnesota McKnight Presidential Fellow
(comes with \$45,000 grant)
% \\
% \mbox{}\qquad\qquad\qquad\quad\ \,(university-wide award: all
% disciplines and campuses; at time of tenure)
\dates{2007}
U of M Institute of Technology Guillermo E. Borja Award
(comes with \$3,500 grant)
% \\
% \mbox{}\qquad\qquad\qquad\quad\ \,(university-wide award: all
% disciplines and campuses; at time of tenure)
\dates{2005$\;$--$\;$2010}
NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award
(5 years, \$400,860 grant)
% (DMS-0449102)
\dates{2005$\;$--$\;$2007}
Univ.\ of Minnesota McKnight Land-Grant Professorship
(comes with \$90,000 grant)
% \\
% \mbox{}\qquad\qquad\qquad\quad\ \,(university-wide award: all
% disciplines and campuses; by nomination)
\dates{2003$\;$--$\;$2006}
National Science Foundation Grant
(3 years, \$126,385)
% (DMS-0304789)
%\dates{2001} NSF--NATO travel award (to Newton Institute, Cambridge,
% England)
% June, 2001
% NATO Advanced Study Institute, Symmetric Functions 2001:
% Surveys of Developments and Perspectives.
% Newton Institute funded my conference stay
\dates{2000$\;$--$\;$2002}
National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
% (DMS-0071549)
\dates{1999$\;$--$\;$2000}
Alfred P.~Sloan Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship
\dates{1997$\:$\,,\,$\:$1999}
Julia B.~Robinson Fellowship \ (Berkeley Math Department)
% \dates{1997$\;$--$\;$1998} Graduate Student Researcher\,\quad
% (supported by NSF and Packard Fellowships)
%
% \dates{1997} Julia B.~Robinson Fellowship
\dates{1997}
Charles B.~Morrey, Jr. Award (Berkeley Math Department)
\dates{1995}
David Howell Premium for Outstanding Achievement
% in Mathematics\\ \mbox{}\qquad\qquad\qquad\quad\ \,
% (Brown University math department, highest honor)
(Brown Math Dept, highest \makebox[0pt][l]{honor)}
\dates{------}
Phi Beta Kappa
\ (nationwide honor awarded by Brown University chapter)
\dates{------}
Sigma Xi \qquad\quad\,
(nationwide honor awarded by Brown University chapter)
% \dates{------} Arlan R.~Coolidge Premium for Musical Excellence (Brown
% University Music Dept.)
%
% \award{1994} Buxtehude Premium for Excellence in Music (Brown
% University Music Dept.)
% \dates{------} Undergraduate Teaching and Research Assistant (summer,
% Brown University)
\dates{1994}
Manning Calculus Prize
(Brown University)
\dates{1993}
Intern for Research and Training, National Institutes of
Health [NIH]%
% to produce an asterisk as a footnote marker:
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\footnote{Laboratory biochemistry researcher chosen from
nationwide search to work summers at the NIH in Bethesda,
Maryland\label{fn}}
% \setcounter{footnote}{\value{separated}} % restores \footnote
\dates{1991$\;$--$\;$1992}
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Scholar$^{\ref{fn}}$
\dates{1990}
Sobel Scholar$^\ref{fn}$
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\begin{awards}
\award{1995} Arlan R.~Coolidge Premium for Musical Excellence (Brown
University Music Dept.)
\award{1994} Buxtehude Premium for Excellence in Music (Brown
University Music Dept.)
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% Combinatorial aspects of geometry and algebra
Geometry, algebra, topology, combinatorics, algorithms, statistics,
probability, biology \& other~\makebox[0pt][l]{applications}
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\begin{papers}[12]% be sure to set so that the last paper is number 1.
%\paperyear{\makebox[5ex][r]{accepted}}
\paperyear{2018}\label{paper:moieciu}
(book edited with Viviana Ene) \emph{Multigraded Algebra and
Applications: NSA 24, Moieciu de Sus, Romania, Аugust 2016},
commutative algebra and computer algebra, Mangalia, Romania,
Springer Proceedings in Mathematics \& Statistics vol.~238,
Springer, New York, 2018. (xi\,+\,167~pages)
% https://www.amazon.com/dp/3319904922
% https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-90493-1
% https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90493-1 DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-90493-1
\mbox{doi:10.1007/978-3-319-90493-1}
\paperyear{2016}\label{paper:andrei-volume}
(journal volume edited with Arkady Berenstein, Maxim Braverman,
Vladmir Retakh, and Jonathan Weitsman) \emph{Special volume
honoring Andrei Zelevinsky}, Advances in Mathematics
\textbf{300}
% (10 September 2016)
(2016), 868~pages.
\paperyear{2015}\label{paper:flies}
\emph{Fruit flies and moduli: interactions between biology and
mathematics}, Notices of the American Math.\ Society
\textbf{62} (2015), no.\,10, 1178--1184.
doi:10.1090/noti1290\ \
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/noti1290
\textsf{arXiv:q-bio.QM/1508.05381}
%\paperyear{\makebox[5.5ex][r]{to appear\,\,}}
\paperyear{2011}
\emph{Theory and applications of lattice point methods for binomial
ideals}, in Combinatorial Aspects of Commutative Algebra and
Algebraic Geometry, Proceedings of Abel Symposium held at
Voss, Norway, 1--4 June 2009, Abel Symposia, vol.~6, Springer
Berlin Heidelberg, 2011, pp.~99--154.
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-19492-4
\paperyear{2009}\label{paper:mangalia}
(book edited with Viviana Ene) \emph{Combinatorial aspects of
commutative algebra}, Exploratory workshop on combinatorial
commutative algebra and computer algebra, Mangalia, Romania,
May 29--31, 2008, Contemporary Math, vol.~502, AMS,
Providence, RI, 2009. (vii+184~pages)
\paperyear{2008}
\emph{What is \ldots a toric variety?} \ Notices of the American
Mathematical Society \textbf{55} (2008), no.~5 (May), 586--587.
\paperyear{2007}
(book with Srikanth Iyengar, Graham Leuschke, Anton Leykin, Claudia
Miller, Anurag Singh, and Uli Walther) \emph{Twenty-four hours
of local cohomology}, Graduate Studies in Mathematics, vol.~87,
American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 2007.
(xvi+282~pages)
\paper
(book edited with Vic Reiner and Bernd Sturmfels) \emph{Geometric
Combinatorics}. Lectures from the Graduate Summer
School of the Institute for Advanced Study/Park City
Mathematics Institute, Park City, UT, July 11--31,
2004. IAS/Park City Math Series, vol.~13, American Math
Society, Providence, RI; Institute for Advanced Study (IAS),
Princeton, NJ, 2007. (xvi+691~pages)
\paper
(with Vic Reiner) \emph{What is geometric combinatorics?} In Geometric
combinatorics (Park City, UT, 2004), IAS/Park City Math.\
Series, vol.~13, American Math.\ Soc., Providence, RI, pp.~1--17.
\paperyear{2004}
(book with Bernd Sturmfels) \emph{Combinatorial Commutative Algebra},
Graduate Texts in Mathematics, vol. 227, Springer--Verlag, New
York, 2004. (xiv+417~pages)
\paper
\emph{Hilbert schemes of points in the plane}, Appendix to
\emph{Commutative algebra of $N$ points in the plane}, by
Mark Haiman, in Luchezar Avramov
% , M.~Green, C.~Huneke, K.~Smith, and B.~Sturmfels
et al., (eds.), \emph{Trends in Commutative Algebra}, MSRI
Publications Vol.~51, Cambridge University Press, New York,
2004, pp.~153--180.
\paperyear{2001}
(with David Perkinson) \emph{Eight lectures on monomial ideals}, in
Queen's Papers in Pure and Applied Mathematics, no.~120,
3--105. [Not in \textsf{MathSciNet}---I know not why; I've
tried to fix it.]
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\paperyear{\makebox[5.5ex][r]{preprint\ }}
(with Jim Davis and Patricia Hersh)
\emph{Fibers of maps to totally nonnegative spaces},
27~pages. \textsf{arXiv:math.CO/1903.01420}
% https://arxiv.org/abs/1903.01420
%paperyear{\makebox[5.5ex][r]{accepted\ }}
% \emph{Finding all monomials in a polynomial ideal}, Journal of
% Combinatorial Theory, Series~A, 2~pages.
% \textsf{arXiv:math.AC/1605.08791}
\paperyear{\makebox[5.5ex][r]{submitted\ }}%\bibitem{essential-real}
% Ezra Miller,
\emph{Essential graded algebra over polynomial rings with real
exponents}, 73~pages, submitted, 2020.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AT/2008.03819}
% https://arxiv.org/abs/2008.03819
\paper%\bibitem{strat-conical}
% Ezra Miller,
\emph{Stratifications of real vector spaces from constructible sheaves
with conical microsupport}, \linebreak 15~pages, submitted, 2020.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AT/2008.00091}
% https://arxiv.org/abs/2008.00091
\paper%\bibitem{prim-decomp-pogroup}
% Ezra Miller,
\emph{Primary decomposition over partially ordered groups},
13~pages, submitted, 2020. \textsf{arXiv:math.AC/ 2008.00093}
% https://arxiv.org/abs/2008.00093
\paper%\bibitem{hom-alg-poset-mods}
% Ezra Miller,
\emph{Homological algebra of modules over posets},
43~pages, submitted, 2020. \textsf{arXiv:math.AT/2008.00063}%
$\!\!\!$
% https://arxiv.org/abs/2008.00063
\paper
(with John Eagon and Erika Ordog)
\emph{Minimal resolutions of monomial ideals},
30~pages, submitted, 2020. \textsf{arXiv: math.AC/1906.08837v2}
% https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.08837
%paperyear{\makebox[5.5ex][r]{to appear\ }}
% \paperyear{\makebox[5.5ex][r]{draft\ }}
% \emph{Data structures for persistent homology: modules over posets}.
%
% \paper
% \emph{Essential graded algebra over polynomial rings with real
% exponents}.
%
% \paper
% \emph{Functorial multiparameter bar codes}.
\paperyear{2018}
(with Lukas Katth\"an and Mateusz Micha\l ek) \emph{When is a
polynomial ideal binomial after an ambient automorphism?},
Foundations of Computational Mathematics, 23\,pages.
doi:10.1007/s10208-018-9405-0\ \
% http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10208-018-9405-0
% Received 23 June 2017
% Revised 12 March 2018
% Accepted 15 October 2018
% First Online 12 November 2018
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/1706.03629}
\paperyear{2016}
(with Thomas Kahle and Chris O'Neill) \emph{Irreducible decomposition
of binomial ideals}, Compositio Math.\ \textbf{152} (2016),
1319--1332. doi:10.1112/S0010437X16007272\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/1503.02607}
\paper
(with Paul Bendich, Steve Marron, Alex Pieloch, and Sean Skwerer)
\emph{Persistent homology analysis of brain artery trees},
Annals of Applied Statistics \textbf{10} (2016), no.\,1,
198--218. doi:10.1214/15-AOAS886\ \
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1214/15-AOAS886
% http://projecteuclid.org/euclid.aoas/1458909913
\textsf{arXiv:stat.AP/1411.6652}
\paperyear{2015}
(with Stephan Huckemann, Jonathan C. Mattingly, and James Nolen)
\emph{Sticky central limit theorems at isolated hyperbolic
planar singularities}, Electronic J.\ Probability \textbf{20}
(2015), no.\,78, 1--34. doi:10.1214/EJP.v20-3887\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.PR/1410.6879}
\paper
(with Christine Berkesch and Stephen Griffeth) \emph{Systems of parameters
and holonomicity of hypergeometric systems}, Pacific Journal
of Mathematics, \textbf{276} (2015), no.\,2, 281--286.
doi:10.2140/\linebreak pjm.2015.276.281\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.AG/1302.0048}
\paper
(with Megan Owen and Scott Provan)
\emph{Polyhedral computational geometry for averaging metric
phylogenetic trees}, Advances in Applied Math.\ \textbf{15}
(2015), 51--91.
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aam.2015.04.002
doi:10.1016/j.aam.2015.04.002\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.MG/1211.7046}
\paperyear{2014}
(with Thomas Kahle) \emph{Decompositions of commutative monoid
congruences and binomial ideals}, Algebra \& Number Theory
\textbf{8} (2014), no.~6, 1297--1364.
\mbox{doi:10.2140/ant.2014.8-6}\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/ 1107.4699v5}
\paper
(with Manoj Gopalkrishnan and Anne Shiu) \emph{A geometric approach
to the Global Attractor Conjecture}, SIAM J.\ on Applied
Dynamical Systems (SIADS) \textbf{13} (2014), no.~2, 758--797.
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1137/130928170
% https://doi.org/10.1137/130928170
doi: 10.1137/130928170\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.DS/1305.5303}
% http://epubs.siam.org/toc/sjaday/13/2
% DOI: 10.1137/130928170
\paper
Sean Skwerer, Elizabeth Bullitt, Stephan Huckemann, Ezra Miller, Ipek
Oguz, Megan Owen, Vic Patrangenaru, Scott Provan, and
J.S. Marron, \emph{Tree-oriented analysis of brain artery
structure}, J.~Mathematical Imaging \& Vision
\textbf{50}, no.\,1--2 (2014), 126--143.
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10851-013-0473-0
\mbox{doi:10.1007/s10851-013-0473-0}
\paperyear{2013}
(with Thomas Hotz, Stephan Huckemann, Huiling Le, J.~S. Marron,
Jonathan C. Mattingly, James Nolen, Megan Owen, Vic
Patrangenaru, and Sean Skwerer) \emph{Sticky central limit
theorems on open books}, Ann.\ of Applied Probability
\textbf{23} (2013), no.~6, 2238--2258.
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1214/12-AAP899
% DOI:10.1214/12-AAP899
\mbox{doi:10.1214/12-AAP899} \textsf{arXiv:math.PR/1202.4267}
\paper
(with Manoj Gopalkrishnan and Anne Shiu)
\emph{A projection argument for differential inclusions, with
applications to persistence of mass-action kinetics}, SIGMA
[Symmetry, Integrability, and Geometry: Methods and
Applications] \textbf{9} (2013), 025, 25~pages.
% http://www.emis.de/journals/SIGMA/2013/025/
% http://dx.doi.org/10.3842/SIGMA.2013.025
% DOI:10.3842/SIGMA.2013.025
doi:10.3842/SIGMA.2013.025\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.DS/1208.0874}
\paper
\emph{Affine stratifications from finite mis\`ere quotients}, Journal
of Algebraic Combinatorics \textbf{37} (2013), 1--9.
doi:10.1007/s10801-012-0355-3\ \
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10801-012-0355-3\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/1009.2199}
\paper
(with Alan Guo) \emph{Algorithms for lattice games}, International
Journal of Game Theory \textbf{42} (2013), no.~4, 777--788.
% Int J Game Theory
doi:10.1007/s00182-012-0319-9\ \
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00182-012-0319-9\ \
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/1105.5413}
\end{papers}
\marginlabel{\rm 2012 (on parental leave)}% and appointed SAMSI Associate Director)}
\begin{papers}[33]
\paperyear{2011}
(with Isabella Novik and Ed Swartz) \emph{Face rings of simplicial
complexes with singularities}, Mathematische Annalen
\textbf{351} (2011), 857--875.
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00208-010-0620-5
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/1001.2812}
\paper
(with Alan Guo) \emph{Lattice point methods for combinatorial games},
Advances in Applied Mathematics \textbf{46} (2011), 363--378.
doi:10.1016/j.aam.2010.10.004\ \
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aam.2010.10.004
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/0908.3473}; Corrigendum: ibid.\
\textbf{48} (2012), 269--271. \textsf{arXiv:math.CO/1105.5420}
\paper
(with Dave Anderson and Stephen Griffeth) \emph{Positivity and Kleiman
transversality in equivariant $K$-theory of homogeneous
spaces}, J.\thinspace{}European Math Society \textbf{13} (2011), 57--84.
doi:10.4171/ JEMS/244\ \
% http://dx.doi.org/10.4171/JEMS/244
\textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0808.2785}
\paperyear{2010}
(with Alicia Dickenstein and Laura Matusevich) \emph{Binomial
$D$-modules}, Duke Mathematical Journal \textbf{151}, no.~3
(2010), 385--429. \textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0610353}
\paper
(with Alicia Dickenstein and Laura Matusevich) \emph{Combinatorics of
binomial primary decomposition}, Mathematische Zeitschrift
\textbf{264}, no.~4 (2010), 745--763.
doi:10.1007/s00209-009-0487-x\ \
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00209-009-0487-x
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/0803.3846}
\paperyear{2009}
\emph{Topological Cohen--Macaulay criteria for monomial ideals}, in
\#8 listed above under \textsf{Books and expository items},
pp.~137--156. \textsf{arXiv:math.AC/0809.1458}
% Ezra Miller, \emph{Topological Cohen-Macaulay criteria for
% monomial ideals}, in Combinatorial aspects of commutative
% algebra [V. Ene and E. Miller, eds.], Exploratory workshop on
% combinatorial commutative algebra and computer algebra,
% Mangalia, Romania, May 29--31, 2008, Contemporary Math,
% vol.~502, AMS, Providence, RI, 2009, pp.~137--155.
\paper\label{paper:primDecomp}
(with Allen Knutson and Alex Yong) \emph{Gr\"obner geometry of vertex
decompositions and of flagged tableaux}, J.\ f\"ur die reine und
angewandte Mathematik \textbf{630} (2009), 1--31.
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/0502144}
\paperyear{2008}
(with Allen Knutson and Alex Yong) \emph{Tableau complexes}, Israel
Journal of Mathematics \textbf{163} (2008), 317--343.
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/0510487}
\paper
(with Shin-Yao Jow) \emph{Multiplier ideals of sums via cellular
resolutions}, Mathematical Research Letters \textbf{15} (2008),
no.~2, 359-373. \textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0703299}
\paper
(with Ning Jia) \emph{Duality of antidiagonals and pipe dreams},
S\'eminaire Lotharingien de Combinatoire, B58e [the fifth
paper in Issue~58] (2008), 6~pages.
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/0706.3031}
\paper
(with Igor Pak) \emph{Metric combinatorics of convex polyhedra: cut
loci and nonoverlapping unfoldings}, Discrete and
Computational Geometry \textbf{39} (2008), no.~1--3, 339--388.
doi:10.1007/s00454-006-1249-0\ \
% http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00454-006-1249-0
% pages OF1--OF50.
\textsf{arXiv:math.MG/0312253}
\paper
(with David Speyer) \emph{A Kleiman--Bertini theorem for sheaf tensor
products}, Journal of Algebraic Geometry \textbf{17} (2008),
no.~2, 335--340. \textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0601202}
\item[{\makebox[0mm][r]{\makebox[14mm]{2007\hfill\mbox{}}}}]
\hspace{-7mm}(see \textsf{Books and expository articles}, above)
\paperyear{2006}
(with Allen Knutson and Mark Shimozono) \emph{Four positive formulae
for type~$A$ quiver polynomials}, Inventiones Mathematicae
\textbf{166} (2006), no.~2, 229--325.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0308142}
\paper
(with Laura Matusevich) \emph{Combinatorics of rank jumps in
simplicial hypergeometric systems}, Proceedings of the
American Math Society \textbf{134} (2006), 1375--1381.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/0402071}
\paper
(with Vic Reiner) \emph{Stanley's simplicial poset conjecture, after
M.\ Masuda}, Communications in Algebra \textbf{34} (2006),
no.~3, 1049--1053.
\paperyear{2005}
(with Laura Matusevich and Uli Walther) \emph{Homological methods for
hypergeometric families}, Journal of the American Math
Society \textbf{18} (2005), no.~4, 919--941.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0406383}
\paper
\emph{Alternating formulas for $K$-theoretic quiver polynomials},
Duke Math Journal \textbf{128} (2005), 1--17.
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/0312250}
\paper
(with Allen Knutson) \emph{Gr\"obner geometry of Schubert
polynomials}, Annals of Mathematics \textbf{161} (2005),
1245--1318. \textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0110058}
\paper
(with David Helm) \emph{Algorithms for graded injective resolutions
and local cohomology over semigroup rings}, Journal of
Symbolic Computation \textbf{39} (2005), 373--395.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/0309256}
\paper
(with Mikhail Kogan) \emph{Toric degeneration of Schubert varieties
and Gelfand--Tsetlin polytopes}, Advances in Mathematics
\textbf{193} (2005), no.~1, 1--17.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0303208}
\paperyear{2004}
(with Vic Reiner) \emph{Reciprocal domains and Cohen--Macaulay
$d$-complexes in ${\mathbb R}^d$}, The Electronic Journal of
Combinatorics \textbf{11(2)} (2004), \#N1 (9~pages).
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/0408169}
\paper
(with Allen Knutson) \emph{Subword complexes in Coxeter groups},
Advances in Mathematics \textbf{184} (2004), 161--176.
\textsf{arXiv:math.CO/0309259}
\paperyear{2003}
(with David Helm) \emph{Bass numbers of semigroup-graded local
cohomology}, Pacific Journal of Mathematics~\textbf{209}
(2003), no.~1, 41--66. \textsf{arXiv:math.AG/0010003}
\paper
\emph{Mitosis recursion for coefficients of Schubert polynomials},
Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series~A~\textbf{103} (2003),
223--235. \textsf{arXiv:math.CO/0212131}
\paperyear{2002}
\emph{Cohen--Macaulay quotients of normal semigroup rings via
irreducible resolutions}, Mathematical Research
Letters~\textbf{9} (2002), no.~1, 117--128.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/0110096}
\paper
\emph{Graded Greenlees--May duality and the \v Cech hull}, Local
cohomology and its applications (Guanajuato, 1999), Lecture
Notes in Pure and Appl. Math., vol. 226, Dekker, New York,
233--253.
\paper
\emph{Planar graphs as minimal resolutions of trivariate monomial
ideals}, Documenta Mathematica~\textbf{7} (2002), 43--90.
(electronically published:
\textsf{http:/$\!$/www.math.uiuc.edu/documenta/vol-07/03.html})
\paperyear{2000}
\emph{Resolutions and duality for monomial ideals}, Ph.D. thesis,
University of California at Berkeley.
\paper
\emph{The Alexander duality functors and local duality with monomial
support}, Journal of Algebra \textbf{231} (2000), 180--234.
\paper
(with Bernd Sturmfels and Kohji Yanagawa) \emph{Generic and cogeneric
monomial ideals}, Journal of Symbolic Computation~\textbf{29}
(2000), 691--708.
\paper
\emph{Icosahedra constructed from congruent triangles}, Discrete
and Computational Geometry~\textbf{24} (2000), no.~2--3,
437--451.
\paperyear{1999}
(with Bernd Sturmfels) \emph{Monomial ideals and planar graphs}, in
Applied Algebra, Algebraic Algorithms and Error-Correcting
Codes, [M.~Fossorier, H.~Imai, S.~Lin and A.~Poli, eds.],
Proceedings of AAECC-13 (Honolulu, Nov.~1999), {\sl Springer
Lecture Notes in Computer Science} \textbf{1719}, 19--28.
\paperyear{1998}
\emph{Multiplicities of ideals in noetherian rings}. Beitr\"age zur
Alg. und Geom.~\textbf{39} (1998), no.\,1, 47--51.
\end{papers}\setcounter{separated}{\value{enumi}}%saves \enumi
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\begin{papers}[9]%\setcounter{enumi}{\value{separated}}%restores \enumi
\paperyear{2018}
\emph{Stratified spaces, fly wings, and multiparameter persistent
homology}, in \emph{Statistics for data~with geometric
structure}, abstracts from 21--26 Jan.\,2018 workshop,
organized by A.\,Feragen, T.\,Hotz, S.\,Huckemann,
E.\,Miller, Oberwolfach Rep.~No.~3/2018, \mbox{pp.\,43--45}.
doi:10.4171/OWR/2018/3
\paperyear{2017}
(with Justin Curry and Ashleigh Thomas)
\emph{Non-noetherian modules from persistent homology}, in
\emph{Algebraic Statistics}, abstracts from 17--21 April 2017,
organized by Matthias Drton, Bernd Sturmfels, and Caroline Uhler,
Oberwolfach rep.\ no.~?? (2017),
p.??. doi:10.4171/OWR/2017/??
% http://dx.doi.org/10.4171/OWR/2014/44
\paperyear{2014}
(with Stephan Huckemann, Jonathan Mattingly, and James Nolen)
\emph{Topological definition of stickiness for means in
arbitrary metric spaces}, in \emph{Mini-Workshop: Asymptotic
Statistics on Stratified Spaces}, abstracts from 29 September
-- 3 October 2014, organized by Aasa Feragen, Stephan
Huckemann, J.S. Marron, and Ezra Miller, Oberwolfach rep.\
no.~44 (2014), p.2510. doi:10.4171/OWR/2014/44
% http://dx.doi.org/10.4171/OWR/2014/44
\paperyear{2009}
(with Alan Guo and Mike Weimerskirch) \emph{Potential applications of
commutative algebra to combinatorial game theory}, in
\emph{Kommutative Algebra}, abstracts from April~19--25,
2009 workshop, organized by W.~Bruns, H.~Flenner, and
C.~Huneke, Oberwolfach rep.~\textbf{6}, no.~2 (2009),
\mbox{pp.~1180--1183}.
\paperyear{2007}
(with Alicia Dickenstein and Laura Matusevich) \emph{Extended
abstract: Binomial $D$-modules}, Proceedings MEGA (Effective
Methods in Algebraic Geometry), Strobl, Austria, 2007,
13~pages.
\textsf{http:/$\!$/www.ricam.oeaw.ac.at/mega2007/electronic/electronic.html}
% 24th - 30th June 2007
% http://www.ricam.oeaw.ac.at/mega2007/
\paper
(with Shin-Yao Jow) \emph{Extended abstract: Cellular resolutions of
multiplier ideals of sums}, in \emph{Top\-ological and
geometric combinatorics}, abstracts from the Jan.~28--Feb.~3,
2007 workshop, organized by A.~Bj\"orner, G.~Kalai, and
G.~Ziegler, Oberwolfach rep.~\textbf{4} (2007), no.~1,
195--271,
% pp.??--??
(3~pages).
\paperyear{2006}
(with Laura Matusevich and Uli Walther) \emph{Extended abstract:
Homological methods for hypergeometric families}, in
\emph{Convex and algebraic geometry}, abstracts from the
workshop held January~29--February~4, 2006, organized by
K.~Altmann, V.~Batyrev, and B.~Teissier, Oberwolfach reports
\textbf{3} (2006), no.~1, 253--316,
% pp.??--??
(3~pages).
\paperyear{2003}
(with David Helm) \emph{Extended abstract: Algorithms for graded
injective resolutions and local cohomology over semigroup
rings}, Proceedings MEGA (Effective Methods in Algebraic
Geometry), Kaiserslautern, Germany, 2003, 5~pages.
% 10th - 14th June 2003
% http://www.mathematik.uni-kl.de/~wwwagag/workshops/mega-03/
\paperyear{2002}
(with Allen Knutson) \emph{Extended abstract: Gr\"obner geometry of
Schubert polynomials}, Proceedings FPSAC (Formal Power Series
and Algebraic Combinatorics), Melbourne 2002, 10 pages.
\end{papers}\setcounter{separated}{\value{enumi}}%saves \enumi
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\begin{papers}[2]%\setcounter{enumi}{\value{separated}}%restores \enumi
\paperyear{2017}
\emph{Data structures for real multiparameter persistence modules},
107~pages. \textsf{arXiv:math.AT/1709.\makebox[0pt][l]{08155}}
% https://arxiv.org/abs/1709.08155
\paperyear{2009}
\emph{Alexander duality for monomial ideals and their resolutions},
Rejecta Mathematica \textbf{1} (2009), no.~1, 18--57.
\textsf{arXiv:math.AC/9812095}
\end{papers}
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\begin{progress}%\setcounter{enumi}{\value{separated}}%restores \enumi
.\paper
(with Sayan Mukherjee, Andrew Nobel, Omer Bobrowski) Probabilistic
topology
.\paper
(with ...somebody... and David Houle) \emph{Quantifying shape
differences in fruit fly wing morphology using stratified persistent
homology}.
\paper
.(with a whole bunch of people) \emph{Sticky central limit theorems on
globally nonpositively curved stratified spaces}.
.\paper
(with Sean McLean, UNC Medicine; J.S. Marron, UNC Stat/OR; Ellen
Gasparovic, Duke) Geometric statistical analysis of lung blood
vessels for diagnosis and characterization of pulmonary hypertension
due to congenital diaphragmatic hernia
.\paper
(with Nicole Lazar, et al.) \emph{Classification of schizophrenia
via persistent homology of fMRI scans}.
.\paper
(with Sha Chang, David Damiano, J.S. Marron, and Melissa McGuirl)
\emph{Tumor detection via persistent homology of vasculature}.
.\paper
(with Christine Berkesch and Stephen Griffeth) \emph{Rank jumps in
hypergeometric systems for reductive groups}
.\paper
(with John Kent, Thomas Hotz, and Stephan Huckemann) \emph{The
topology and geometry of projective shape spaces}, currently 26~pages.
.\paper
(with Paul Bendich) \emph{Metric complexity of convex polyhedra via
stratified Morse theory on cut loci}. [Summary: The number of
combinatorial types of shortest paths with a fixed endpoint on the
boundary of a $(d+1)$-polytope is bounded by the number of cells in
the cut locus. This ``should'' be controlled by the homology of the
complement of the $(d-2)$-skeleton, and hence should be polynomial
in the number of facets. I am suitably modifying stratified Morse
theory to connect this topology to the combinatorics of the cut
locus, in order to prove the polynomial complexity conjecture.]
\paper
\emph{Metric combinatorics of convex polyhedra, II: flows and
Alexandrov unfoldings}. [Summary: Obvious generalizations of
Alexandrov unfoldings of polytopes fail in dimensions higher
than~$3$; this research aims to use (cones over) flows on cut
loci to circumvent the higher-dimensional geometric
obstructions. Ideas from control theory in dynamical systems
are important here; this project received considerable input
from my interactions with the IMA in 2007-2008.]
\paper
(with David Speyer) \emph{Triples of flags and honeycombs}.
[Summary: In this ongoing project, we are trying to extract
combinatorics governing the multiplication of Schubert classes
on (type~$A$) flag varieties from the ``apiary'' variety of
triples of flags. Our current article in progress concerns
the intracate combinatorics of sagbi-degenerating (apiary)
Schubert varieties.]
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\begin{talks}
\talkyear{2019}{Sep.}% #14
Toulouse, France:
Sampling from stratified spaces
[5 hours of lectures]
% IMT Geometric Statistics
% 2-3 September 2019
\talkyear{2018}{Nov.}% #13
Guanajuato, Mexico (CIMAT):
Resolving persistent homology
[4.5 hours of lectures]
% 5th TDA School (5ta Escuela de An\'alisis Topol\'ogico de Datos)
% 19-20 November 2018
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #12
Montr\'eal, Canada (LaCIM):
From quiver \& poset reps to appl.\ comm.\ alg
[3 hours of lectures]
% 50th anniversary of CRM
% 17-21 September 2018
\talkyear{2016}{Aug.}% #11
Moieciu de Sus, Romania:
Real applied multigraded commutative algebra
[5 hours of lectures]
% 24th National School on Algebra
% EMS Summer School on Multigraded Algebra and Applications
% 17-24 August 2016
\talkyear{2010}{Sep.}% #10
\.Istanbul, Turkey:
Decompositions of monoids and binomial ideals [5 hours of lectures]
% International School on Combinatorics "Pilar Pis\'on-Casares"
% 25-30 January 2010
% CIMPA-T\"UB\.ITAK summer school
% Commutative algebra and applications to combinatorics and algebraic geometry
% 12-25 September 2010
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #9
Sevilla, Spain:
Primary decomposition of binomial ideals [8 hours of lectures]
% International School on Combinatorics "Pilar Pis\'on-Casares"
% 25-30 January 2010
\talkyear{2009}{June}% #--skipped
(canceled due to political unrest) IPM Tehran, Iran:
Binomial ideals [4 hours of lectures]
% CIMPA-UNESCO-IPM School on
% Commutative Algebra and Applications to Combinatorics and Algebraic Geometry
% 20-30 June 2009
\talkyear{2007}{May}% #8
CRM Montr\'eal, Canada:
Hypergeometric series and binomial ideals [5 hours of lectures]
% Interactions between Algebraic Combinatorics and Algebraic
% Geometry, Centre de Recherches math\'ematiques (CRM),
% Montr\'eal, Canada
% May 21 - 25, 2007 1 - hour lectures
% May 28 - June 1, 2007
\talkyear{2006}{Sep.}% #7
Constan\c{t}a, Romania:
Multigraded commutative algebra [9 hours of lectures]
% Toric Algebra (15th National School of Algebra)
% 25--30 September lots of lectures; random lengths
\talkyear{------}{July}% #6
Lincoln, Nebraska (IMMERSE program):
Irreducible decomposition [3 hours of lectures]
%Alexander duality
%and irreducible decomposition
%(IMMERSE program) http://www.math.unl.edu/pi/MCTP/immerse
% 26--27 July 2006 1.5 - hour lectures
\talkyear{2005}{Sep.}% #5
UNAM, Mexico City:
Gr\"obner geometry of quiver polynomials [3 hours of lectures]
% 19--23 September 1 - hour lectures
\talkyear{------}{June}% #4
Snowbird, Utah:
Local cohomology and combinatorics [3 hours of lectures]
% in combinatorics
% 19--28 June 1 - hour lectures
\talkyear{2004}{Aug.}% #3
Kyoto, Japan (RIMS workshop):
Gr\"obner geometry of quiver polynomials [3 hours of lectures]
% 1 - hour lectures
\talkyear{------}{May}% #2
Trieste, Italy (ICTP workshop):
Combinatorial commutative algebra [4 hours of lectures]
% 1 - hour lectures
\talkyear{1998}{Aug.}% #1
Berkeley, CA (MSRI Summer Program):
Alexander duality [3 hours of lectures]
% 1 - hour lectures
\end{talks}
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\marginlabel{\sf Invited (international audience)}%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
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\begin{talks}
% \talkyear{------}{Month.}% #
% (location):
% (title)
% % day Month year
% % conference title
% % conference dates
\talkyear{2020}{Dec 3$\!$}% #76
Talca, Chile (Colloquium---online):
Algebra over polynomial rings with real exponents
% 3 December 2020
\talkyear{------}{Dec 3$\!$}% #75
Bombay, India (IIT Facets of CACAAG---online):
Minimal resolutions of monomial ideals
% 3 December 2020
% Ombinatorial Commutative Algebra/Algebraic Geometry
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #74
Leipzig, Germany (Nonlinear Algebra Seminar Online):
Non-integer multigraded algebra
% 17 November 2020
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #73
Halifax, NS (Comb.Alg/Alg.Comb):
Minimal resolutions of monomial ideals
% 25 January 2020
% Combinatorial Algebra meets Algebraic Combinatorics
% 24-26 January
\talkyear{2019}{Aug.}% #72
Oslo, Norway (biology workshop on Evolvability):
Mathematics of phenotype variation
% 17 August 2019
\talkyear{------}{Jul.}% #71
Bern, Switzerland:
Primary distance for multipersistence
% 11 July 2019
% SIAM Activity Group on Algebraic Geometry
\talkyear{------}{Jun.}% #70
Quy Nhon, Vietnam (AMS--VMS):
Spanning trees and lattice paths for monomial resolutions
% 10 June 2019
% Vietnam--USA Joint Mathematical Meeting
% Commutative Algebra and Its Interactions to Combinatorics
% 10--13 June 2019
\talkyear{------}{Jun.}% #69
Hanoi, Vietnam (IMH Colloquium):
Algebraic structures for topological summaries of data
% 7 June 2019
% Institute of Mathematics Hanoi, Math Colloquium
\talkyear{------}{May}% #68
U. Chicago:
Primary distance for multipersistence
% 22 May 2019
% Conference on Geometric Data Analysis
% 20-23 May 2019
\talkyear{2018}{Sep.}% #67
Montr\'eal, Canada (CRM):
Subword complexes as totally nonnegative parametrization fibers
% 26 September 2018
% keynote address (Simons CRM Professor)
% Algebra and Combinatorics at LaCIM
% 24-28 September 2018
\talkyear{------}{Aug.}% #66
Oaxaca, Mexico (BIRS-CMO):
What makes primary decomposition minimal?
% 6 August 2018
% Multiparameter persistent homology
% 6-10 August 2018
\talkyear{------}{Jul.}% #65
U. Edinburgh:
Algebraic structures for topological summaries of data
% 24 July 2018
% School of Mathematics Colloquium
\talkyear{------}{Jul.}% #64
Rabat, Morocco:
Homological and geometric finiteness for real-exponent multigraded
% 3 July 2018
% International Conference on Algebra and Related Topics
% 2-5 July 2018
\talkyear{------}{Jun.}% #63
Vienna, Austria (ATMCS8):
Real multiparameter persistent homology
% 26 June 2018
% Algebraic Topology: Methods, Computation, and Science
% 25-29 June 2018
\talkyear{------}{May}% #62
Ohio State (TRIPODS):
Real multiparameter persistent homology
% 22 May 2018
% Theory and Foundations of Topological and Geometric Data Analysis (TGDA)
% 21-25 May 2018
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #61
Oberwolfach, Germany:
Stratified spaces, fly wings, and multiparameter persistent homology
% 25 January 2018
% Statistics for data with geometric structure
% 21--26 January 2018
\talkyear{2017}{Aug.}% #60
Banff (BIRS):
What is a QR code?
% Topological Data Analysis: Developing Abstract Foundations
% 1 August 2017
\talkyear{------}{July}% #59
Banff (BIRS):
What is a barcode for persistent homology with multiple parameters?
% Topological Data Analysis: Developing Abstract Foundations
% 31 July 2017
\talkyear{------}{July}% #58
Montr\'eal (Math Congress of Americas):
Algebraic data structures for topological summaries
% 27 July 2017
\talkyear{------}{June}% #57
Toronto (CanaDAM):
Fruit fly wing veins as embedded planar graphs
% 13 June 2017
\talkyear{------}{May}% #56
Max Planck (Leipzig):
Algebra for topology in biology and statistics
% 27 May 2017, 9:30-10:30
\talkyear{2016}{Sep.}% #55
Columbus, Ohio (MBI):
Data structures for real multiparameter persistence
% Topological, geometric, and statistical techniques in biological data analysis
% 12-16 September 2016
% https://mbi.osu.edu/event/?id=984
\talkyear{------}{July}% #54
Herstmonceux, UK:
Poset encodings of modules with actions of real cones
% Algebraic Combinatorics and Group Actions
% 11-15 July 2016
\talkyear{------}{June}% #53
Cortona, Italy:
Homological algebra for real multigraded modules
% Homological and computational methods in commutative algebra
% in honor of Winfried Bruns
% 11-15 July 2016
\talkyear{------}{May}% #52
Albuquerque, NM (SIAM Imaging Sci):
Effective alg \& geom for images with varied topology
% 24 May 2016, 16:30-16:55
\talkyear{2015}{Sep.}% #51
Oxford, UK:
Biological apps of persistent homology: interactions with stat, geom, and alg
% Alan Turing Institute
% Computational Algebraic Topology
% 11 September 2015
\talkyear{------}{July}% #50
Osaka, Japan:
Multigraded moduli from fruit flies via stratified space statistics
% 7 July 2015
% Current trends in Gr\"obner bases
% 6-10 July 2015
\talkyear{------}{June}% #49
U. Chicago:
Persistent interactions between biology, topology, and statistics
% 9 June 2015
% Conference on Geometry \& Data
\talkyear{2014}{Oct.}% #48
Oberwolfach, Germany:
Topological definition of sticky means in arbitrary metric spaces
% 3 October 2014
% Asymptotic Statistics on Stratified Spaces
% 29 September - 3 October 2014
\talkyear{------}{May}% #47
Chicago, IL (Alg.~Stat @ IIT):
Applying persistent homology to brain artery and vein imaging
% 20 May 2014
% Algebraic Statistics 2014
% 19-22 May 2014
\talkyear{------}{May}% #46
Durham, NC (SAMSI LDHD Transition):
Topological analysis of geometrically stratified data
% 12 May 2014
% 12-14 May 2014
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #45
G\"ottingen, Germany:
Applying persistent homology to brain artery imaging
% Stochastics Colloquium
% 10 March 2014
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #44
Ulm, Germany:
% (Section speaker)
Asymptotics of sampling from topologically stratified spaces
% 4 March 2014
% 11th Stochastiktage: German Probability and Statistic Days (GPSD)
% 3-7 March
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #43
Halifax, NS (Comb.Alg/Alg.Comb):
Binomial irreducible decomposition
% 25 January 2014
% Combinatorial Algebra meets Algebraic Combinatorics
% 24-26 January
\talkyear{2013}{July}% #42
Luminy, France (CIRM):
Binomial irreducible decomposition.
% 9 July 2013
% Commutative Algebra and its Interaction with Algebraic Geometry
% 8-12 July
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #41
Boston, MA:
% Stratified persistent homology and applications
How do quivers and stratifications apply to biology?
% 27 April 2013
% Algebra, Combinatorics, and Representation Theory (Zelevinsky's 60th)
% https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nNEC2NuDzk&list=PLLMtka0XALS652IpzynbTjslSURy90hH-&index=4
% 24-28 April 2013
\talkyear{2012}{Dec}% #40
Berkeley (MSRI):
Alexander duality and total positivity: a cluster/commutative connection
% 7 December 2012
% Combinatorial Commutative Algebra and Applications, 3-7 December
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #39
Sandbjerg, Denmark:
Geometry for samples of metric branched structures
% 11 October 2012
% Workshop on Geometry and Statistics in Bioimaging:
% Manifolds and Stratified Spaces, 8-12 October
%talkyear{------}{Oct.}%
% CANCELED: Ilmenau, Germany:
% Combinatorics, geometry, and statistics with phylogenetic trees
% 7 October 2012
\talkyear{------}{May}% #38
Columbus, Ohio (MBI):
Sticky central limit theorems at singularities
% 23 May 2012
% Workshop on statistics, geometry, and combinatorics on
% stratified spaces arising from biological problems, 21-25 May
% http://beta.mbi.ohio-state.edu/video/player/?id=1118&title=Sticky+central+limit+theorems+at+singularities
\talkyear{2011}{Aug.}% #37
Prague, Czech Rep.:
Sticky central limit theorems at singularities
% 15 August 2011
% Nonparametrics and Geometry, 15-19 August
\talkyear{------}{Aug.}% #36
Miami Beach (JSM):
Sticky central limit theorems at singularities
% 4 August 2011
% session on Statistical Modeling of Shapes and Spaces
% \talkyear{2011}{May}% #...didn't go...
% Antalya, Turkey:
% ???
% % Antalya Algebra Days http://www.aad.metu.edu.tr/
% % 18-22 May 2011
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #35
Oslo, Norway:
Statistics on data sampled from stratified spaces
% 14 January 2011
% Algebraic geometry in the sciences
\talkyear{2010}{Nov.}% #34
Luminy, France:
Decompositions of commutative monoid congruences and binomial ideals
% Conference on commutative algebra and interactions with algebraic geometry
% 2-6 November 2010
\talkyear{------}{June}% #33
Berkeley (AMS--SMM meeting):
Face rings of simplicial complexes with singularities
% 3 June 2010
\talkyear{2009}{July}% #32
Halifax, Nova Scotia (Games-at-Dal):
Lattice games
% Mis\`ere games (Games-At-Dal)
% 17-21 July 2009
\talkyear{------}{June}% #31
Voss, Norway (Abel Symposium):
Applications of binomial commutative algebra
% Combinatorial aspects of algebraic geometry and commutative algebra
% 1-4 June 2009
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #30
Oberwolfach, Germany:
Potential apps. of commutative algebra to combinatorial game~theory
% Kommutative Algebra
% 19-25 April 2009
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #29
MSRI, Berkeley:
Equivariant transversality and $K$-theoretic positivity
% % Combinatorial, Enumerative, and Toric Geometry
% % 23-27 March 2009 (talk on 24 March 2009)
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #28
Thessaloniki, Greece:
Geometry of flags and permutations
% 12 March 2009
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #27
Thessaloniki, Greece:
Unfolding polyhedra
% 11 March 2009
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #26
Ioannina, Greece:
Unfolding polyhedra
% 9 March 2009
\talkyear{2008}{May}% #25
Mangalia, Romania:
Cellular resolutions of multiplier ideals of sums
% Exploratory workshop on combinatorial commutative algebra and computer algebra
% 29-31 May 2008
% \talkyear{2008}{Feb}%
% ...didn't go...
% Seville, Spain:
% Combinatorics of binomial primary decomposition
% % Conferencia Internacional sobre \'Algebra Conmutativa,
% % Combinatoria y Computacional en Honor de Pilar Pis\'on Casares
% % 11-16 de febrero de 2008
\talkyear{2007}{Dec}% #24
American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto:
Nonoverlapping unfolding of polyhedra
% Rigidity and polyhedral combinatorics workshop
% 7 December 2007
\talkyear{------}{July}% #23
Medell\'in, Colombia:
Old hypergeometric mysteries and new toric algebra
% Coloquio Latinoamericano de \'Algebra
% 23-27 July 2007
\talkyear{------}{July}% #22
Tianjin, China (FPSAC plenary speaker):
Combinatorics of Horn hypergeometric series
% Plenary speaker,
% Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC) conference
% Center for Combinatorics, Nankai University, Tianjin, China.
% 18-23 June 2007
\talkyear{------}{May}% #21
CRM Montr\'eal, Canada:
Kleiman--Bertini theorems for sheaf tensor products
% Interactions between Algebraic Combinatorics and Algebraic Geometry
% Centre de Recherches math\'ematiques (CRM), Montr\'eal, Canada
% 28 May - 1 June 2007
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #20
Oberwolfach, Germany:
Cellular resolutions of multiplier ideals of sums
% 2 February 2007
\talkyear{2006}{June}% #19
Snowbird, Utah:
Binomial $D$-modules and lattice point geometry
% AMS-IMS-SIAM Joint Summer Research Conference "Integer points
% in Polyhedra. Geometry, Number Theory, Representation Theory,
% Algebra, Optimization, Statistics"
% 10-16 June 2006
% Organizers: Matthias Beck, Christian Haase, Bruce Reznick,
% Michele Vergne, Volkmar Welker, Ruriko Yoshida
\talkyear{------}{May}% #18
Luminy, France:
Lattice basis ideals and Horn systems
% Conference on commutative algebra and interactions with
% algebraic geometry
% 22-26 May 2006
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #17
Oberwolfach, Germany:
% Workshop on convex and algebraic geometry
Homological methods for hypergeometric families
% 29 January - 4 February 2006
% talk date: 4 February 2006
\talkyear{2005}{Dec.}% #16
Taichung, Taiwan (AMS--TMS):
Positivity by degeneration
% 14-18 December 2005
\talkyear{------}{July}% #15
Seattle (Algebraic Geometry Warmup Week):
Combinatorial positivity in algebraic geometry
% Friday 22 July
\talkyear{------}{July}% #14
Lisbon, Portugal (workshop on D-modules):
Homological methods for hypergeometric families
% Wednesday 13 July
\talkyear{2004}{July}% #13
Park City, Utah (IAS/PCMI):
Overview of geometric combinatorics%, II
\talkyear{2003}{June}% #12
Seville, Spain (AMS--RSME meeting):
Positive combinatorial formulae for quiver polynomials
\talkyear{------}{June}% #11
Kaiserslautern, Germany (MEGA):
Computing injective resolutions over semigroup rings
\talkyear{------}{May}% #10
Banff, Canada (BIRS workshop):
Positive combinatorial formulas for quiver polynomials
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #9
Oberwolfach, Germany (Topological Combinatorics workshop):
Unfolding polyhedra
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #8
Banff, Canada (BIRS workshop):
Minors in products of matrices
\talkyear{2002}{Sep.}% #7
MSRI Introductory workshop (Berkeley):
Hilbert schemes of points in the plane
% (expository)
\talkyear{------}{July}% #6
Melbourne, Australia (FPSAC one-hour talk):
Gr\"obner geometry of Schubert polynomials
\talkyear{------}{June}% #5
Trento, Italy (workshop):
Gr\"obner geometry of Schubert polynomials via determinantal ideals
% Current Trends in Commutative Algebra
\talkyear{2001}{May}% #4
Morelia, Mexico (AMS--SMM meeting):
Embedding planar graphs in staircases
\talkyear{1999}{Dec.}% #3
Guanajuato, Mexico (Local Cohomology workshop):
The \v Cech hull
\talkyear{------}{June}% #2
Essen, Germany (special seminar):
Alexander duality \& local duality with monomial support
\talkyear{1998}{Apr.}% #1
Kyoto, Japan (RIMS):
% MITO Seminar
Alexander duality for arbitrary monomial ideals
\end{talks}
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\marginlabel{\sf Invited (domestic audience; not including seminars)}%
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\begin{talks}
% \talkyear{------}{Month.}% #
% (location):
% (title)
% % day Month year
\talkyear{2020}{Sep.}% #72
El Paso (AMS---online):
Minimal resolutions of monomial ideals
% 13 September 2020
\talkyear{2019}{Feb.}% #71
El Paso (SW Local Alg Meeting):
Multigraded algebra over polynomial rings with real \makebox[0pt][l]{exponents}
% 23 February 2019
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #70
U Texas El Paso (Math Colloquium):
Algebra for geometric data
% 22 February 2019
\talkyear{2018}{Apr.}% #69
Boston (AMS):
Data structures for real multiparameter persistence modules
% 22 April 2018
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #68
UNC-Greensboro (Math Colloquium):
Algebra for geometric data
% 13 April 2018
\talkyear{2016}{Nov.}% #67
NC State (AMS):
Data structures for real multiparameter persistence
% 12 November 2016, 8:30-9:00
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #66
U. Florida (Informatics Institute):
Lessons in topology from statistics of brain arteries
% 10 November 2016, 13:00-14:00
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #65
U. Florida (Math Colloquium):
Algebraic data structures for topological summaries
% 9 November 2016, 16:00-17:00
\talkyear{------}{May}% #64
U. Wisconsin (Applied Algebra Days 3):
Data structures for real multiparameter persistence
% 1 May 2016, 9:00-10:00
\talkyear{2015}{Dec.}% #63
U. Minnesota (Math colloquium):
Interactions between topology, biology, and imaging
% 3 December 2015, 15:30-16:30
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #62
Texas A\&M (Math Colloquium):
Lessons in topology from statistics of brain arteries
% 19 November 2015
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #61
UNC-Greensboro (Helen Barton Lecture Series):
Persistent homology for biological images
% 28 September 2015, 16:00-17:00
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #60
NC State (Grad Math Wkshp):
Applying persistent homology to brain artery and~vein~imaging$\!$
% 21 March 2015, 9:00-10:00
% \talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #--
% U. Minnesota (math colloquium):
% Interactions between topology, biology, and imaging
% % 12 March 2015, 15:30-16:30 -- didn't go
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #59
San Antonio (JMM):
Persistent homology analysis of brain artery trees
% 11 January 2015
% Joint Mathematics Meetings, 9:00 - 9:20am, Special Session on
% Algebraic and Geometric Methods in Applied Discrete Mathematics
\talkyear{2014}{Nov.}% #58
U. Georgia (Stat \& Math): %, fMRI group):
Applying persistent homology to brain artery and vein imaging
% 12 November 2014
% fMRI group, UGA Statistics Department, 13:00
%\talkyear{2014}{Oct.}% #?? - cancelled
% Clemson (Discrete Math mini-conference):
% Persistent homology for brain artery and vein imaging
% 17 October 2014
% 28th Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms mini-conference
\talkyear{------}{Jun.}% #57
Winthrop U.:
Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% 27 June 2014
% REU: Bridging Applied and Theoretical Mathematics
%\talkyear{2014}{Apr.}%
% Duke U.\ (Noyce Learning Conference):
% Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% 11 April 2014
% Duke NSF Noyce Learning Conference (Master of Arts in Teaching Program)
\talkyear{2013}{Nov.}% #56
Columbia, SC (CommAlg in the SE):
Binomial irreducible decomposition
% 9 November 2013
% 8-10 November 2013
% Commutative Algebra in the Southeast
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #55
Philadelphia, PA (AMS meeting):
Binomial irreducible decomposition
% 12 October 2013
% AMS Special Session on Combinatorial Commutative Algebra
% 12-13 October 2013, Temple University
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #54
U. Arizona (math colloquium):
% Expanding spheres: geometry, topology, and applications
Geometric statistics on stratified spaces
% Thursday 7 March 2013
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #53
UNC-CH (math colloquium):
Biological applications of geometric statistics on stratified~spaces$\!$
% 14 February 2013
% 16:00 Thursday, tea at 15:30pm, 55 minute lecture
% http://www.math.unc.edu/colloquium/info_for_speakers.html
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #52
NC State (SUM Series):
Statistics without addition or division
% Wednesday 6 February 2013
\talkyear{2011}{Sep.}% #51
Wake Forest (AMS):
Subword complexes and fibers of totally nonnegative parametrizations
% 24 September 2011
% special session on Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry
\talkyear{------}{June}% #50
MSRI:
How primary decomposition in commutative monoids is wrong
% 9 June 2011
% MSRI Summer Graduate Workshop on Commutative Algebra
\talkyear{------}{May}% #49
SAMSI:
Stratified statistics for evolutionary biology
% 30 April - 2 May 2011
% AOOD meets evolutionary biology
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #48
Rice U.:
Contractibility via subword complexes in the context of homogeneous spaces
% 22-24 April 2011
% Texas Algebraic Geometry
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #47
Columbia, SC:
How primary decomposition in commutative monoids is wrong
% 18-20 March 2011
% Commutative Algebra in the Southeast
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #46
Statesboro, GA (AMS meeting, 1-hour):
Sticky central limit theorems on polyhedral spaces
% 12-13 March 2011
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #45
George Mason (math colloquium):
Unfolding polyhedra
% 18 February 2011
\talkyear{2010}{July}% #44
NSA (math colloquium):
Unfolding convex polyhedra
% 16 July 2010
\talkyear{------}{May}% #43
U. Maryland (math colloquium):
Unfolding convex polyhedra
% 7 May 2010
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #42
Texas State (CombinaTexas):
Lattice point methods for combinatorial games
% CombinaTexas
% 24-25 April 2010
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #41
George Mason (WCEIT):
Lattice point methods for combinatorial games
% Workshop on Combinatorics, Enumeration, and Invariant Theory
% 19-20 March 2010
\talkyear{2009}{Oct.}% #40
Raleigh, NC (SE Lie Theory):
Equivariant transversality and $K$-theoretic positivity
% Southeastern Lie Theory Conference
% 9-11 October 2009 (talk on Sunday 10 October)
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #39
NC State (SUM Series):
Unfolding polyhedra
% Wednesday 30 September 2009
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #38
Raleigh, NC (AMS meeting):
Equivariant positivity via transversality in $K$-theory of $G/P$
% 4-5 April 2009
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #37
Raleigh, NC (AMS meeting):
Topological Cohen--Macaulay criteria for monomial ideals
% 4-5 April 2009
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #36
Raleigh, NC (AMS meeting):
Combinatorial primary decomposition of binomial ideals
% 4-5 April 2009
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #35
UNC Chapel Hill (math colloquium):
Positivity from transversality and transitivity
% % 15 January 2009
% % 16:00 Thursday, tea at 15:30pm, 55 minute lecture
% % http://www.math.unc.edu/colloquium/info_for_speakers.html
\talkyear{2008}{Dec.}% #34
U. Minnesota (math colloquium):
Transversality in homogeneous spaces
% 11 December 2008
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #33
UC San Diego:
Metric geometry and unfoldings of polyhedra
% 21 February 2008
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #32
UT Austin:
Gr\"obner geometry of Schubert polynomials
% 5 February 2008
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #31
Duke U.:
Metric geometry and unfoldings of polyhedra
% 31 January 2008
\talkyear{2007}{Oct.}% #30
Rutgers U.\ (AMS meeting):
Cellular resolutions of multiplier ideals of sums
% 6-7 October 2007
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #29
U. Nebraska (math colloquium):
Unfolding polyhedra
% Friday 27 April 2007
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #28
U. Kansas (math colloquium):
Unfolding polyhedra
% Thursday 26 April 2007
\talkyear{2006}{Dec.}% #27
Indiana U.\ (math colloquium):
Combinatorics in convexity, cohomology, and complex analysis
% Friday 8 December 2006
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #26
Cincinnati, Ohio (AMS meeting plenary speaker):
Unfolding polyhedra
% Saturday-Sunday 21-22 October 2006
% http://www.ams.org/meetings/sectional/2131_invited.html
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #25
Ann Arbor, Michigan (Ohio State--UMichigan Alg.\ Geom.\ Workshop):
Binomial schemes
% Saturday-Sunday 14-15 October
% \talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #--
% ITCEP Family Fun Fair (interactive middle \& high school
% presentation): Unfolding polyhedra
% % Saturday 25 March
\talkyear{2005}{Dec.}% #24
Reed College (math colloquium):
Unfolding polyhedra
% Zalgaller, too: if we allow overlaps, can unfold *anything*
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #23
U.\ Washington (math colloquium):
Unfolding polyhedra
% Tuesday 29 November
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #22
Eugene, OR (AMS meeting):
Duality of antidiagonals and pipe dreams
% Saturday 12 November
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #21
Lincoln, NE (AMS meeting):
Encoding injective resolutions
% Saturday 22 October
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #20
U. Texas, Austin (math colloquium):
Combinatorics in cohomology and convexity
% Tuesday 22 March
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #19
Columbia U.\ (math colloquium):
Combinatorics from geometry
% Jan. 20
\talkyear{2004}{Sep.}% #18
Michigan State (math colloquium):
Combinatorial positivity by geometric degeneration
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #17
Durham, NC (Duke Math Journal conf.):
Combinatorial positivity by geometric degeneration
\talkyear{2003}{Oct.}% #16
Binghamton, NY (AMS meeting):
Unfolding convex polyhedral manifolds
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #15
Western Alg.\ Geom.\ Seminar (at Stanford):
% Combinatorial
Positivity of universal cohomological formulae
% in cohomology
% (at Stanford)
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #14
Bay Area Discrete Math Day (UC Davis):
Unfolding polyhedra in many dimenions
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #13
UC Berkeley (math colloquium):
Combinatorial positivity by geometric degeneration
\talkyear{2002}{Nov.}% #12
Lubbock, TX (Red Raider Symposium):
% at Texas Tech
Combinatorial positivity by orbit degeneration
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #11
Northeastern U.\ (AMS meeting):
Positivity of quiver cycles via deformation
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #10
Berkeley, CA (MSRI workshop):
Positivity via Gr\"obner degeneration
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #9
SUNY Albany (math colloquium):
Determinants, permutations, and flags
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #8
San Diego
% , CA \comment{makes line wrap around}
(AMS meeting):
Determinantal ideals and combinatorics of Schubert polynomials
% Joint meetings
\talkyear{2001}{Sep.}% #7
George Wash.\ (math colloq.):
Geometry and combinatorics of flag manifolds via
Gr\"obner~\hbox{bases\hspace{-.6pt}}
\talkyear{2000}{Sep.}% #6
Toronto, Canada (AMS meeting):
Gr\"obner geometry of formulae for
% (double)
Schubert polynomials
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #5
Brown U.\ (math colloquium):
Monomial ideals and duality
\talkyear{1999}{Nov.}% #4
New Mexico State (math colloq.):
Equivariant $K$-theory of flag manifolds and Gr\"obner bases
% , and Alexander duality
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #3
U. Utah (AMS meeting):
The Alexander duality functors
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #2
U. Kansas (math colloquium):
Resolutions of monomial ideals
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #1
Reed College (math colloquium):
Algebra and topology with alphabet blocks
\end{talks}
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\marginlabel{\sf Seminars and other specialized topics talks}%%%%%%%%%
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\begin{talks}
\talkyear{2018}{Dec.}% #69
Applied Alg.\ Topology Research Network (online):
Real multiparameter persistent homology
% 4 December 2018, 13:00-14:00
\talkyear{2017}{Jan.}% #68
Florida State (Algebra \& Applications):
Algebraic data structures for topological summaries
% 26 January 2017, 15:35-16:35
% \talkyear{2015}{Dec.}% #--
% U. Minnesota (Probability):
% Sticky limit theorems for statistics in singular spaces
% % 4 December 2015 -- canceled (job candidate)
\talkyear{2015}{Dec.}% #67
U. Minnesota (Commutative Algebra):
Irreducible decomposition of binomial ideals
% 3 December 2015
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #66
NC State (Algebra \& Combinatorics):
Multigraded modules from fruit flies
% 20 November 2015
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #65
Texas A\&M (Algebra \& Combinatorics):
Multigraded modules from fruit flies
% 20 November 2015
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #64
Clemson (AG/NT + Applied Discrete Math):
Multigraded moduli from fruit flies
% 3 November 2015
% \talkyear{2015}{Mar.}% #--
% U. Minnesota (Probability):
% Sticky limit theorems for statistics in singular spaces
% % 13 March 2015 -- didn't go
%
% \talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #--
% U. Minnesota (Commutative Algebra):
% Irreducible decomposition of binomial ideals
% % 12 March 2015 -- didn't go
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #63
Duke (MathBio Colloquium):
Applying persistent homology for brain artery and vein imaging
% 30 January 2015
\talkyear{2013}{Mar.}% #62
U. Arizona (Probability):
Sticky central limit theorems at singularities
% 7 March 2013
\talkyear{2012}{May}% #61
Columbus, OH (OSU Combinatorics):
Combinatorics and topology of fibers in total positivity
% 25 May 2012
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #60
Duke U.\ Data Seminar:
Sticky central limit theorems at singularities
% 24 April 2012
% with Jonathan Mattingly and Jim Nolen
\talkyear{2011}{Mar.}% #59
Duke U.\ Recruitment:
Geometric statistics: sampling from singular spaces
% 26 March 2011
% Recruitment weekend
\talkyear{2010}{Dec.}% #58
Duke U.\ MathBio:
Statistics on spaces of phylogenetic trees
% 3 December 2010
\talkyear{------}{Dec.}% #57
Duke U.\ Brown Bag:
Combinatorics of phylogenetic trees
% 2 December 2010
\talkyear{------}{May}% #56
MIT Combinatorics:
Lattice point methods for combinatorial games
% 12 May 2010
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #55
Duke U.\ Algorithms:
Unfolding convex polyhedra
% Monday 8 February 2010
\talkyear{2009}{Dec.}% #54
Duke U. Algebraic Geometry:
$K$-theory of toric varieties
% Wednesday 2 December 2009
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #53
Duke U.\ (CTMS):
Biological and chemical applications of polyhedral geometry and algebra
% CTMS Retreat
% Sunday 23 October 2009
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #52
Duke U. Algebraic Geometry:
Combinatorics in cohomology of toric varieties
% Wednesday 23 September 2009
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #51
Duke U. Algebraic Geometry:
What is a toric variety?
% Wednesday 16 September 2009
\talkyear{2008}{Oct.}% #50
U. Minnesota Schubert seminar:
Cohomology rings of flag and toric varieties
% Friday 3, 10, 17 October 2008
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #49
U. Minnesota Combinatorics:
Topological Cohen--Macaulay criteria for monomial ideals
% Monday 29 September 2008
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #48
U. Minnesota Comibnatorics:
Combinatorics of Horn hypergeometric series
% Tuesday 22 April 2008
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #47
U. Minnesota Junior Colloquium:
Unfolding convex polyhedra
% Tuesday 19 February 2008
\talkyear{2007}{Oct.}% #46
U. Minnesota Math Club:
Unfolding polyhedra
% Tuesday 25 October 2007
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #45
Kansas U. Combinatorics:
Combinatorics of permutations from determinantal ideals
% Wednesday 25 April 2007
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #44
U. Nebraska Algebra:
Multiplier ideals of sums via cellular resolutions
% Monday 23 April 2007
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #43
Michigan Geom.\thinspace{}Rep.\thinspace{}Thy:\thinspace{}%
Kazhdan--Lusztig conjecture via intersection cohomology (overview)$\!\!\!$
% Wednesday 11 April 2007
\talkyear{2006}{Dec.}% #42
Purdue Algebraic Geometry:
Old mysteries about multivariate hypergeometric systems
% Thursday 7 December 2006
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #41
Northeastern GASC:
Horn hypergeometric systems and binomial $D$-modules
% Thursday 9 November 2006
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #40
MIT Combinatorics:
Hypergeometric series and binomial primary decomposition
% Wednesday 8 November 2006
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #39
U.~Michigan Algebraic Geometry:
Toric primary decomposition and hypergeometric series
% Wednesday 25 October 2006
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #38
U.~Minnesota Combinatorics:
$h$-vectors of Gorenstein polytopes
% 17 February 2006
\talkyear{2005}{Nov.}% #37
U.~Washington Combinatorics:
Simplicial complexes whose facets are Young tableaux
% Wednesday 30 November 2005
\talkyear{------}{Nov.}% #36
MIT Combinatorics:
Tableau complexes
% Wednesday 2 November 2005
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #35
UC Berkeley Representation theory/geom./combinatorics:
Families of hypergeometric \mbox{systems\hspace{-2.1pt}}
% 23 February 2005
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #34
U.~Minnesota Combinatorics:
Stanley's simplicial poset conjecture
% 4 February 2005
\talkyear{2004}{Sep.}% #33
U.~Michigan Combinatorics:
Unfolding polytopes
% 24 September 2004
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #32
U.~Michigan Noncommutative algebra:
Homological methods for hypergeometric families
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #31
U.~Minnesota Topology:
Gelfand--Tsetlin patterns via toric degeneration of flag
manifolds
\talkyear{2003}{Apr.}% #30
UC Davis Combinatorics:
Combinatorics of quiver polynomials
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #29
Northeastern U.\ Algebra:
Quiver polynomials and Schubert varieties
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #28
MIT Combinatorics:
Combinatorics of quiver polynomials
\talkyear{------}{Jan.}% #27
U.~Michigan Algebraic geometry:
Positive formulae for quiver polynomials
\talkyear{2002}{Sep.}% #26
U.~Michigan Combinatorics:
Gr\"obner geometry of Schubert polynomials
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #25
Columbia U.\ Algebraic geometry:
Gr\"obner geometry of flag varieties
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #24
U.~Michigan Combinatorics:
Subword complexes in Coxeter groups
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #23
U.~Minnesota Combinatorics:
Words and subwords in symmetric groups
\talkyear{2001}{Oct.}% #22
Cornell U. Algebra:
Determinantal ideals and the combinatorics of Schubert
polynomials
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #21
George Wash. U.\ Algebra:
Embedding planar graphs in staircases to resolve monomial
ideals
\talkyear{------}{May}% #20
UC Berkeley special seminar:
Planar graphs in 3-dimensional staircases
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #19
Harvard--MIT Algebraic Geometry:
An open problem on determinantal loci
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #18
MIT Combinatorics:
Subword complexes in Coxeter groups and
% applications to
Schubert varieties
\talkyear{2000}{Nov.}% #17
UMass Amherst (Valley Geometry Seminar):
Gr\"obner geometry of Schubert polynomials
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #16
MIT Combinatorics:
Gr\"obner geometry of formulae for Schubert polynomials
\talkyear{------}{Aug.}% #15
UC Berkeley workshop:
Haiman's proof of the $n!$ conjecture
\talkyear{------}{May}% #14
UC Berkeley Algebra:
Gr\"obner bases for determinantal ideals and K-theory of flag
manifolds
\talkyear{1999}{Nov.}% #13
New Mexico State U.\ Algebra: Injective resolutions
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #12
UC Berkeley Algebra:
Projective dimension versus support-regularity
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #11
U.\ Kansas Algebra:
The canonical \v Cech complex
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #10
UC Berkeley Grad Student Seminar:
Combinatorial commutative algebra
\talkyear{------}{Feb.}% #9
UC Berkeley Algebra:
Generic and cogeneric monomial ideals
\talkyear{1998}{Sep.}% #8
U.~Michigan Combinatorics:
Cellular homology and duality in the study of monomial ideals
\talkyear{------}{Sep.}% #7
MIT Combinatorics:
Alexander duality for monomial ideals and their resolutions
\talkyear{------}{Aug.}% #6
UC Berkeley Algebra:
The cohull resolution
\talkyear{1997}{May}% #5
UC Berkeley Algebra:
Degrees on graded modules
\talkyear{------}{Mar.}% #4
Rutgers U. Algebra:
Characterization of multiplicity functions of ideals
\talkyear{1996}{Nov.}% #3
UC Berkeley Abelian Varieties:
Multiplying points on group schemes
\talkyear{------}{Oct.}% #2
UC Berkeley Grad Student Seminar:
Where is the geometry in schemes?
\talkyear{------}{July}% #1
MSRI Summer Program:
Gr\"obner bases over PIDs
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\begin{talks}\vspace{.5ex}
\talkyear{2019}{Jun.}% #11
SWiM (for female HS seniors):
Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% 25 June 2019
\talkyear{------}{Jun.}% #10
Duke (Clinical Research STEM for HS students):
Topological brain statistics
% 20 June 2019
\talkyear{2018}{Jul.}% #9
Duke (STEM for HS students):
Topological brain statistics
% 9 July 2018
\talkyear{2017}{Aug.}% #8
Ohio State (Young Math Conference):
Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% 12 August 2017
\talkyear{------}{Jun.}% #7
SWiM (for female HS seniors):
Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% 23 June 2017
\talkyear{2016}{Jun.}% #6
SWiM (for female HS seniors):
Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% 14 June 2016
\talkyear{2015}{Oct.}% #5
SAMSI (Undergrad Workshop):
Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% 20 October 2015
\talkyear{2014}{May}% #4
Green Hope High School (AP Stat):
Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% (3-hour solo engagement)
% 15 May 2014
\talkyear{------}{Apr.}% #3
Duke U.\ (Noyce Learning Conference):
Topology for statistical analysis of brain artery images
% 11 April 2014
% Duke NSF Noyce Learning Conference (Master of Arts in Teaching Program)
\talkyear{2012}{Sep.}% #2
Duke Postdoc Services / School of Medicine panel:
NSF Funding from the Inside
% 25 September 2012
% 10:00 - 11:00, Bryan Research 103
\talkyear{2006}{Mar.}% #1
ITCEP Family Fun Fair:
Unfolding polyhedra
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2022\quad Feb.}%
Organizer (with Stephan Huckemann and Zhigang Yao), IMS Singapore
Workshop: Interactions of Statistics and Geometry (ISAG)
\dates{2018\quad Jan.}%
Organizer (with Aasa Feragen, Thomas Hotz, and Stephan Huckemann),
Oberwolfach Workshop: Statistics for data with geometric structure
\dates{2016\quad Dec.}%
Technical Program Committee: IEEE International Conference on Big
Data, Workshop on High-Dimensional Big Data
\dates{2016\quad Aug.}%
Director (with Viviana Ene): Summer school on Applicable Combinatorial
Commutative Algebra, Romania
\dates{2016\quad Jul.}%
Scientific Committee Member (with Fran\c cois Bergeron, Patricia Hersh,
Gregor Kemper, Peter Symonds, Jerzy Weyman): Conference on
algebraic combinatorics and group actions,
Herstmonceux Castle, England
% Summer 2016; dates not yet known
\dates{2015\,\,--\,\,2016}
Local Scientific Coordinator, SAMSI year-long program on
Challenges in Computational Neuroscience
\dates{2014\quad Sep.}%
Organizer, Oberwolfach mini-workshop: Asymptotic statistics on
stratified spaces (with Aasa Feragen, Stephan Huckemann,
J.\thinspace{}S.{}Marron)
\dates{2014\quad Sep.}%
Advisory Board, Meeting on Combinatorial Commutative Algebra [MOCCA
2014], Trentino, Italy (other board members: Alicia Dickenstein,
Winfried Bruns; organizers: Alexandru Constantinescu, Thomas Kahle,
Matteo Varbaro) \vspace{1ex}
\begin{jobs}
\dates{\qquad\qquad NSF DMS-1439356: \$12,000 (sole PI)}
\end{jobs}\vspace{1.7ex}
\dates{2014\quad May}%
Organizer, Fields Institute workshop: Geometric topological and
graphical model methods in statistics (with Peter Kim and H\'el\`ene
Massam)
% May 22-23, 2014
% http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/13-14/modelmethods/
\dates{2013\quad Dec.}
Organizer, SAMSI Public Lecture by Greg Fishel (WRAL-TV Chief
Meteorologist): ``The changing climate of weather
prognostication: the irony of uncertainty leading to better
forecasts''
\dates{2013\,\,--\,\,2014}
Directorate Organizer, SAMSI year-long program on Low-Dimensional
Structure in High-Dimensional Systems (LDHD)
\dates{2013\quad June}
Scientific Committee Member (with Viviana Ene and others): Experimental
and theoretical methods in algebra, geometry, and topology,
% (in honor of Alexandru Dimca and Stefan Papadima on the
% occasion of their 60th birthdays),
% organized by Ovidius University of Constanta in cooperation
% with the Institute of Mathematics "Simion Stoilow" of the
% Romanian Academy and the Romanian Mathematical Society
Mangalia, Romania.
% June 21-24, 2013
\dates{2013\quad June}
Directorate Organizer, SAMSI Summer Program on Neuroimaging Data
Analysis \mbox{(\hspace{-1.28pt}NDA\hspace{-1.28pt})}
% June 4-14, 2013
\dates{2012\,\,--\,\,2013}
Organizer, MSRI year-long program on Commutative Algebra (with David
Eisenbud, Srikanth Iyengar, Anurag Singh, and Karen Smith).
\dates{2012\quad May}
Lead Organizer, MBI workshop on statistics, geometry, and
combinatorics on stratified spaces arising from biological
problems (co-organizers: Stephan Huckemann, Huiling Le,
Megan Owen, Victor Patrangenaru)
\dates{2012\quad Feb.}
Organizer, Triangle Lectures in Combinatorics (with Sonja Mapes,
Christine Berkesch)
\dates{2011\quad June}
Program Committee Member: Formal Power Series and Algebraic
Combinatorics (FPSAC), Reykjavik, Iceland.
\dates{2010\,\,--\,\,2011}
SAMSI Working Group leader:
Analysis of data on stratified sample spaces (with Victor
Patrangenaru)
%\dates{2011\quad Jan.}
%Organizer (with Aviezri Fraenkel, Richard Nowakowski, David Wolfe):
% Workshop on Combinatorial Game Theory, Banff
% International Research Station (BIRS), Banff, Canada.
%% January ??-??, 2011
\dates{2010\,\,--}
Steering Committee member (currently with Patricia Hersh, Ricky Liu,
Cynthia Vinzant, Gabor Pataki) and occasional organizer:
Triangle Lectures in Combinatorics~[TLC]$\!$
% central North Carolina.
% \begin{bullets}
% \item NSF grant 2014 \comment{provide some details}
% \item NSA grant 2014 \comment{provide some details}
% \item NSF DMS-1000130: 2010--2012 (\$10,600)
% \item NSA grant 2012 \comment{provide some details}
% \end{bullets}
\vspace{-2.5ex}
\begin{jobs}
\dates{\qquad\qquad2018--2020\ }
NSF DMS-1758187: \$30,800
\dates{\qquad\qquad2014--2016\ }
NSA: \$20,000
\dates{\qquad\qquad2014--2016\ }
NSF DMS-1400355: \$20,800
\dates{\qquad\qquad2012--2014\ }
NSA: \$28,000
\dates{\qquad\qquad2012--2014\ }
NSF DMS-1202691: \$8,000
\dates{\qquad\qquad2010--2012\ }
NSF DMS-1000130: \$10,600
\end{jobs}\vspace{1.7ex}
\dates{2009\quad Oct.}
Working group session organizer (with William Graham): Combinatorial
Lie theory and applications, first installment of Southeastern
Lie Theory Workshop Series, Raleigh,~NC.
\dates{2009\quad July}
Program Committee Member: Formal Power Series and Algebraic
Combinatorics (FPSAC), Research Institute for Symbolic
Computation (RISC), Linz, Austria.
\dates{2008\quad May}
Scientific Committee Member, with J\"urgen Herzog, Gerhard Pfister,
and Dorin Popescu: Exploratory workshop on combinatorial
commutative algebra and computer algebra, Mangalia, Romania.
% May 29-31, 2008
\dates{2008\quad Jan.}
Organizer, with Michael Albert, Elwyn Berlekamp, Martin Mueller,
Richard Nowakow\-ski, and David Wolfe:
Workshop on Combinatorial Game Theory, Banff
International Research Station (BIRS), Banff, Canada.
% January 20-25, 2008
\dates{2007\quad Dec.}
Organizer, with Bob Connelly and Igor Pak:
AIM Research Conference Center Workshop on Rigidity and
Polyhedra, American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto, CA.
% December 3-7, 2007
\dates{2006\quad Oct.}
Invited organizer, with Igor Pak:
Special session on Geometric Combinatorics at the regional
American Mathematical Society meeting in Cincinnati, OH.
% October 21-22, 2007
\dates{2006\quad Sep.}
Organizer, with Mircea Becheanu, Viviana Ene, Cristodor Ionescu, Dorin
Popescu, Mirela \c Stef\v anescu:
15th Romanian National School of Algebra, Constan\c{t}a, Romania
% 25--30 September, 2006
\dates{2005\quad Aug.}
Invited organizer, with William Fulton:
``Algebraic Geometry and Combinatorics'' session at the Summer
Institute in Algebraic Geometry (Seattle, WA). This
international meeting takes place once every ten years; our
session along with the two others during %\\[\fill\pagebreak]
the second week (of the three-week meeting) attracted the
largest-ever gathering of algebraic geometers anywhere in the
world, around 450 participants.
% \dates{2004\quad Nov.} \thick{Textbook} completed with Bernd
% Sturmfels, in \thick{Springer Graduate Texts in Mathematics
% (GTM)} series, entitled \emph{Combinatorial Commutative
% Algebra}
\dates{2004\quad Oct.}
Organizer, with Frank Sottile:
Special session on Modern Schubert Calculus at the regional
American Mathematical Society meeting in Evanston, IL. Our
special session had around 30 participants.
\dates{2004\quad July}
Organizer and Steering Committee member, with Bernd Sturmfels and Victor Reiner:
2004 IAS/Park City Math Institute Summer Session on Geometric
Combinatorics.
% The annual three-week IAS/PCMI program (topic varies from year
% to year) constitutes the National Science Foundation's single
% largest annual expenditure for mathematics-related events.
300 participants range from high school teachers through
undergraduate students and faculty. Organizing duties
included the Graduate Summer School (100~students) as well as
the international Research Program (60~researchers).
% Steering Committee meetings took place at the Institute for
% Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ.
\dates{2003\quad May}
Organizer, with Serkan Ho\c sten:
Special session on Combinatorial Commutative Algebra and
Algebraic Geometry at the regional American Mathematical
Society meeting in San Francisco, CA. Our special session had
around 25 participants.
% May 3--4, 2003
% \dates{2001\quad July} Participant in \thick{IAS/Park City Math
% Institute Summer Session on Quantum field theory,
% supersymmetry, and enumerative geometry.}
% \dates{2001\quad June} Participant in \thick{NATO Advanced Study
% Institute, Symmetric Functions 2001: Surveys of Developments
% and Perspectives.} The Newton Institute funded my stay
% conference, and my travel was funded by an \thick{NSF--NATO
% travel award}.
% \dates{2000\quad June} Participant in \thick{Clay Mathematics
% Institute Summer Program on Mirror Symmetry.} 25 physics and
% 25 math students came together for a month of coursework, with
% the aim of bringing the communities closer together.
% \dates{1996\quad July} \thick{Student organizer}
% (with senior organizer D.\thinspace{}Bayer)
% for the \thick{MSRI Summer Program} in Computational
% Mathematics for graduate students.
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2020$\;$--}
Editorial Board Member, Journal of Machine Learning Research
\dates{2018$\;$--}
Editorial Board Member, Journal of Applied and Computational Topology
\dates{2014$\;$--}
Editorial Board Member, Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A (JCTA)
\dates{2011$\;$--}
Editorial Board Member, Discrete Mathematics
\dates{2009$\;$--}
Editorial Board Member, Advances in Mathematics
\dates{2009$\;$--$\;$2017}
Editorial Board Member, SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics
\dates{2008$\;$--}
Editorial Board Member, Beitr\"age zur Algebra und Geometrie
\dates{2007$\;$--$\;$2010}
Associate Editor, Discrete Mathematics
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2021$\;$--$\;$2023}
AMS Nominating Committee
% 1 January 2021 - 31 December 2023
\dates{2013$\;$--$\;$2015}
AMS Fellows Selection Committee
% 1 February 2013 - 8 April 2015 (cut short for Seamus)
% 1 February 2013 - 31 January 2016
\dates{2012$\;$--$\;$2015}
AMS Short Course Subcommittee
\dates{2012$\;$--$\;$2014}
AMS Southeastern Section Program Committee
%dates{2007$\;$--$\;$2011}
\dates{2007}
AMS-IMS-SIAM Committee on Joint Summer Research Conferences in the
Mathematical Sciences (committee was disbanded after 2007 due
to lack of funding)
% 1 July 2007 -- 30 June 2011
% see email directory ``ams''
% http://www.ams.org/meetings/src.html
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2014\quad Nov}
External Review Committee: Discrete Mathematics Doctoral Programme
(for Austrian Science Fund)
\dates{2010\quad Apr}
External Review Committee: University of Southern California
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2014$\;$--$\;$2017}
Duke U.\ Middle Grades\\
Summary: NSF capacity-building grant (funded in summer 2014) designed
to explore the institutionalization of a middle-grades MAT strand for
STEM subjects. Other board members included the Superintendent of
Durham Public Schools as well as some school Principals and teachers,
along with a few Arts~\& Sciences faculty and Program in Education
PIs.
\medskip
\dates{2013$\;$--}
America's Amazing Teen Project
\textsf{http:/$\!$/prezi.com/-y4ofsndc3mg/americas-amazing-teens}\\
Summary: brilliant teenagers across America will upload a short video
presenting their ground-breaking project, research, invention, or
technological breakthrough. After an extensive vetting process, the
best and brightest teens will be placed into the competition. Members
from our esteemed advisory board, as well as the online voting public,
will vote for the 12 monthly finalists.\\
Length of contest: 12 month online campaign\\
Who can enter: teenagers (13-19 years old) across the country
% http://prezi.com/-y4ofsndc3mg/americas-amazing-teens
%
% Brilliant teenagers across America will upload a short
% video presenting their ground-breaking project, research,
% invention, or technological breakthrough. After an
% extensive vetting process, the best and brightest teens
% will be placed into the competition. Members from our
% esteemed advisory board, as well as the online voting
% public, will vote for the 12 monthly finalists.
%
% Length of contest: 12 month online campaign
% Who can enter: teenagers (13-19 years old) across the country
\medskip
\dates{2013$\;$--}\label{page:advisory}
Duke U.\ Noyce Program
\textsf{http:/$\!$/web.duke.edu/MAT/fellowships-robert\_noyce\_fellows.html}\\
Summary: the program recruits and prepares highly successful STEM
graduates to become highly effective middle school science and math
teachers. Run by Duke University Program in Education in
collaboration with Durham Public Schools and the STEM departments in
Trinity College of Arts and Sciences. See `University Service' on
p.~\pageref{page:universityService} for NSF grant information.
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2013$\;$--$\;$2018}
Consultant for WRAL-TV weather: helped Greg Fishel (WRAL-TV Chief
Meteorologist)
% and Nate Johnson (WRAL-TV Meteorologist)
with display of data uncertainty for primetime on-air public
consumption
\dates{2014\quad Fall}
Duke Science \& Society SciComm Fellow. The program teaches faculty
to develop skills in communicating with the public, the media,
and lawmakers by putting those skills into action; Fall 2014
was the inaugural class of fellows for this competitive program
\dates{2014\quad Mar}
WGHP-TV nightly news, interviewed by Bob Buckley regarding the \$1
billion Warren Buffett offered for a perfect NCAA bracket
$\langle$\textsf{http:/$\!$/myfox8.com/2014/03/18/odds-of-winning-warren-buffetts-billion-dollar-ncaa-bracket-challenge}$\rangle$
\dates{2014\quad Jan}
Consultant for LA Times and CBS Evening News: regarding the \$1
billion Warren Buffett offered for a perfect NCAA bracket
% \textsf{http:/$\!$/touch.latimes.com/\#section/$-$1/article/p2p$-$78985386/}
$\langle$\textsf{http:/$\!$/www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-buffett-basketball-bet-20140122,0,7653962.story\#axzz2r8uphpac}$\rangle$
\dates{2006$\;$--}
Lecturer to general audiences on
% statistical, mathematical, or
scientific topics (see \textsf{Outreach talks} on p.\ref{page:outreach})
\begin{jobs}
\item%
$\bullet$ high-school students, particularly girls; audience
sizes from a dozen to hundreds
% STEM for high-schoolers: hundreds, probably 200 - 300
% SWiM: two or three dozen each time
% Green Hope: a dozen or two for each lecture
\item%
$\bullet$ undergraduates; audience sizes from a dozen to many
dozens
% Ohio State (YMC): around 100 or so
% SAMSI: around a dozen
\item%
$\bullet$ middle- and high-school science teachers
% Noyce: around a dozen
\item%
$\bullet$ middle school students and their families; see next item
% ITCEP: around a dozen
\end{jobs}\vspace{1.2ex}
\dates{2006\quad Mar}
ITCEP Family Fun Fair presenter: Led interactive session for middle
school and high school students (and their families) on
``Unfolding polyhedra''. Students built models of polyhedra,
learning about connections with math research and applied
problems like robot motion-planning
\dates{2004\quad Mar}
Judge for the Minnesota Academy of Sciences State Science Fair (high
school and junior high levels)
\end{jobs}
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\marginlabel{\sf Journals and AMS publications refereed}% (76 total)}%
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\begin{tabular}[h]{@{}l@{\ \,}l@{}}%75
\begin{tabular}[t]{@{}l@{}}%38
%phantom{International Mathematics Research Notices\ \,}\\[-2.5ex]
\phantom{Journal of the American Mathematical Society\ \,}\\[-2.5ex]
Acta Mathematica\\
Advances in Applied Mathematics\\
Advances in Mathematics\\
Algebra \& Number Theory\\
Algebraic \& Geometric Topology\\
Algorithms\\
American Journal of Mathematics\\
American Mathematical Monthly\\
AMS Graduate Texts in Mathematics\\
Annals of Combinatorics\\
Appl. Alg. in Engin.\ Commun.\ and Comput.\\
Applied and Computational Topology\\
Asian Journal of Mathematics\\
Australasian Journal of Combinatorics\\
Beitr\"age zur Algebra und Geometrie\\
Bulletin of the London Math Society\\
Canadian Mathematical Bulletin\\
Collectanea Mathematica\\
Compositio Mathematica\\
Contemporary Mathematics\\
Contributions to Discrete Mathematics\\
Crelle's Journal\\
Designs, Codes, and Cryptography\\
Discrete Applied Mathematics\\
Discrete and Computational Geometry\\
Discrete Mathematics\\
Documenta Mathematica\\
Duke Mathematical Journal\\
Electronic Journal of Combinatorics\\
% (continued on next page)\\
Experimental Mathematics\\
Foundations of Computational Mathematics\\
% Foundations of Computer Science\\
Games of No Chance\\
International Electronic Journal of Algebra\\
International Mathematics Research Notices\\
Illinois Journal of Mathematics\\
International Journal of Game Theory\\
International Journal of Mathematics\\
Inventiones Mathematicae\\
\end{tabular}
&
\begin{tabular}[t]{@{}l@{}}%37
\phantom{JAMS}\\[-2.5ex]
% \end{tabular}
% \end{tabular}\vspace{-.5ex}
%
% \begin{tabular}[h]{@{}l@{\quad}l@{}}%37
% \begin{tabular}[t]{@{}l@{}}%15
Israel Journal of Mathematics\\
Journal of Algebra\\
Journal of Algebra and its Applications\\
Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics\\
Journal of the American Mathematical Society\\
Journal of Applied and Computational Topology\\
Journal of Combin.\ Math \& Combin.\ Computing\\
Journal of Combinatorial Algebra\\
Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A\\
Journal of Commutative Algebra\\
Journal of the European Math Society\\
Journal of Graph Theory\\
Journal of Machine Learning Research\\
Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision\\
Journal of Mathematics\\
% \end{tabular}
% &
% \begin{tabular}[t]{@{}l@{}}%22
Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra\\
Journal of Symbolic Computation\\
Journal of Topology\\
Linear Algebra and its Applications\\
Math Proceedings of Cambridge Phil.\ Society\\
Mathematical Research Letters\\
Mathematics of Computation\\
Mathematische Annalen\\
Mathematische Zeitschrift\\
Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society\\
Michigan Mathematical Journal\\
Neural Computing and Applications\\
Proceedings of the American Math Society\\
Proceedings A of the Royal Society of Edinburgh\\
PLOS ONE [Public Library of Science]\\
Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Math\\
Representation Theory\\
Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics\\
Selecta Mathematica\\
SIAM Journal of Discrete Mathematics\\
Springer Lecture Notes in Mathematics\\
Transactions of the American Math Society\\
Transformation Groups\\
\end{tabular}
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\marginlabel{\sf Conferences refereed}%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
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%begin{tabular}[t]{l}
\vspace{-2ex}
\begin{tabbing}
\qquad\= \kill
\> Applied Algebra, Algebraic Algorithms and Error Correcting Codes (AAECC)\\%2006
\> Effective Methods in Algebraic Geometry (MEGA)\\%2006
\> Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC)\\%[-6ex]
%end{tabbing}
%begin{tabbing}
%qquad\= \kill
\> IEEE Conference on Decision and Control\\%2008
\> International Congress on Mathematical Software (ICMS)\\%2006
\> International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC)\\%2006,2007
\> Symposium on Computational Geometry (SoCG)%2020
\end{tabbing}\vspace{-2ex}
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%begin{tabular}[t]{l}
\begin{tabbing}
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\> Simons Foundation\\
\> National Science Foundation [NSF] (panels and individual review of
conference proposals)\\%2004,2007(2008)
\> National Security Agency [NSA] Mathematical Sciences Program\\%2005,2007
\> Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council [NSERC], Canada%2007
% Discovery Grant proposal reviewer
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% %begin{tabular}[t]{l}
% \begin{tabbing}
% \qquad\= \kill
% \> Referee for Isaac Newton Institute program development\\
% \> Referee for various countries' national level prizes or awards\\
% \> Consultation for JSAGE (publisher of free open source refereed
% math software implementations)\\
% \> External Ph.D.\ dissertation review (for Sangjib Kim, student of Roger
% Howe, Yale University, 2005)\\
% \> \textsl{Math Reviews} reviewer\\
% \> Volunteer judge for the Minnesota Academy of Sciences State Science
% Fair\\%, March 28, 2004\\
% \> \qquad (high school and junior high levels)
% \end{tabbing}
% %end{tabular}
\begin{bullets}
\item%
External evaluator, Discrete Mathematics Doctoral Programme (for
Austrian Science Fund, 2014)
\item%
External evaluator, University of Southern California Math Department (2010)
\item%
Referee for Isaac Newton Institute program development
\item%
Referee for various countries' national level prizes or awards
\item%
Consultation for JSAGE (publisher of free open source refereed math
software implementations)
\item%
External Ph.D.\ dissertation review (for Sangjib Kim, student of Roger
Howe, Yale University, 2005)
\item%
\textsl{Math Reviews} reviewer
% \item%
% Volunteer judge for the Minnesota Academy of Sciences State Science
% Fair\\%, March 28, 2004\\
% \mbox{}\qquad (high school and junior high levels)
\end{bullets}
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\medskip
\begin{jobs}
\dates{2004\quad Feb.} Award from the ``Thank a Teacher'' program run
by the University of Minnesota Center for Teaching and
Learning Services, ``In appreciation of [my] teaching style
and dedication to helping students learn'' Calculus~I
(Math~1271)
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2016--2017} Advanced Linear Algebra (Math 403): second semester
linear algebra to bridge the gap between standard first
semester and applications; topics include grassmannians,
matrix groups, homology, convexity, singular value
decomposition and principal component analysis, matrix
perturbation theory, matrices with positive entries, and
% normed linear spaces, and
exterior algebra
% covers topics in linear algebra beyond those in a first
% course. The main themes are abstraction, approximation,
% variation, positivity, convexity, and application.
\dates{2011--2014} Math Everywhere (Math 181), with Ingrid Daubechies
and Jonathan Mattingly: a course for undergraduate students
who might not otherwise take any math courses at all but who
want a broad overview of what modern mathematics is about
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2020\ \,\,Fall} Linear Algebra (Math 221---course coordinator and lecturer)
\dates{2020\ \,\,Spring} Algebraic Geometry (Math 627)
\dates{2019\ \,\,Fall} Linear Algebra (Math 221)
\dates{2018\ \,\,Spring} Advanced Linear Algebra (Math 403)
\dates{2017\ \,\,Fall} Algebraic Structures, I (Math 501)
\dates{2017\ \,\,Fall} Linear Algebra (Math 221)
\dates{2017\ \,\,Spring} Advanced Linear Algebra (Math 403) + course development
\dates{2016\ \,\,Fall} Linear Algebra (Math 221)
\dates{2016\ \,\,Spring} Commutative algebra (Math 602)
\dates{2015\ \,\,Spring} Vector Calculus (Math 222)$\,\times\, 2$
\dates{2014\ \,\,Fall} Linear Algebra (Math 221)
\dates{2014\ \,\,Spring} Math Everywhere (Math 181)
\dates{2013\ \,\,Spring} Math Everywhere (Math 181)
\dates{2012\ \,\,Spring} Math Everywhere (Math 181)
\dates{2010\ \,\,Fall} Algebraic geometry (Math 273)
\dates{2010\ \,\,Spring} Commutative algebra (Math 252)
\dates{2009\ \,\,Fall} Rings, modules, and Galois theory (Math 251)
\dates{2009\ \,\,Spring} Current research in algebra: combinatorial
commutative algebra (Math 358)
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2008\ \,\,Fall} Honors Abstract Algebra (Math 5285H)
\dates{2006\ \,\,Spring} Calculus of one variable (Math 1271)
\dates{2006\ \,\,Spring} Topics in Combinatorics: Polytopes (Math 8680)
\dates{2005\ \,\,Spring} Graph theory and nonenumerative combinatorics
(Math 5707)
\dates{2005\ \,\,Spring} Calculus of one variable (Math 1271)
\dates{2004\ \,\,Fall} Topics in Algebra: Combinatorics, algebra, and
geometry of determinants (Math 8300)
\dates{2004\ \,\,Spring} Graph theory and nonenumerative combinatorics
(Math 5707)
\dates{2003\ \,\,Fall} Calculus of one variable (Math 1271)
\dates{2003\ \,\,Fall} Calculus of one variable (Math 1271)% two lectures
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2002\ \,\,Spring} Differential Equations (18.03)
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\begin{jobs}
%dates{1995\,--\,1996}
% Linear algebra, Calculus II, Calculus III
\dates{1996\ \,\,Fall} Linear algebra (Math 53W: workshop section)
\dates{1996\ \,\,Spring} Multivariable calculus (Math 35)
\dates{1995\ \,\,Fall} Calculus of one variable (Math 1B)
% second of two-semester course
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2005\ \,\,July}
Mentor, Algebraic Geometry Warmup Workshop (Seattle, WA)
\dates{1999\ \,\,June}
Computer tutorial leader, COCOA VI Summer School (Turin, Italy)
% Helped develop computational and conceptual exercises for grad
% students and recent Ph.D.'s. Demonstrated software usage in a
% series of lectures, and answered students' questions
% one-on-one during problem-solving and computing sessions.
% \dates{1995\ \,\,Sep.} Attended Berkeley Mathematics Department
% training course for teaching assistants
\dates{1995} Study group facilitator for honors multivariable
calculus at Brown University
% Led five students in out-of-class study sessions.
\dates{1995\ \,\,} \thick{Counselor, PROMYS summer program in
number theory} at Boston University. Lived in dorm for 6
weeks with high-school student participants, helping with math
questions
% Organized and lectured in short course on group theory.
\dates{1994\,--\,1995} Tutor for Brown University Mathematics Department
% \dates{} \quad --- Number theory
% \dates{} \quad --- Honors multivariable calculus
% \dates{1993$\;$--$\;$1995} \thick{Grader} for Brown University
% Mathematics Department
% \dates{} \quad --- Abstract algebra
% \dates{} \quad --- Number theory
% \dates{} \quad --- Complex analysis
% \dates{} \quad --- Honors multivariable calculus
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2012\ \,\,Spring}
Mathematical Biology Colloquium
\dates{2009\ \,\,Fall}
Topics in algebraic geometry: toric varieties
\dates{2007--2008}
Combinatorics seminar (at University of Minnesota)
\dates{2006\ \,\,Fall}
Topics in algebraic geometry seminar (at University of Michigan)
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2020}
Zizai Cui: Classifying group actions on Abelian surfaces
preserving symplectic structure
% \dates{2020--}
% Feng Cong: Analysis of fruit fly wing image data
\dates{2020--2021}
Phoebe Klett: Computing sylvan minimal resolutions of monomial
ideals
\dates{2020}
Joey Li: Indecomposable multipersistence modules and QR codes
\dates{2019--2021}
Nathan Geist: Experiments in probabilistic homology\\
\phantom{Nathan Geist:} Homological algebra of real multipersistence
\dates{2018--2019}
Cheryl Wang: Unfolding high-dimensional convex polyhedra
% Julia Dale winner
\dates{2016--2019}
David Geng: Creating musical rubato using deep learning
% Julia Dale winner
\dates{2016--2018}
Surabhi Beriwal: Computation of fruit fly wing vein topology
[Fulbright semifinalist]
% Mathematics Prize for Excellence in Research
\dates{2014}
Aaron Park, Biomed Engineering\,/\,Math, summer research:
Geometry of lung arteries
\dates{2013}
Victoria Cheng: Mathematical Biology
\dates{2012--2015}
Rowena (Jingxing) Gan, PRUV: Geometry of harmony in Impressionist music
[PhD candidate, UPenn Wharton School: Operations, Information,
and Decisions]
\dates{2010}
Ezgi Kantarc\i\ (Bogazi\c ci University), summer research:
Combinatorial Game Theory
% [PhD, USC Math]
[postdoctoral fellow, Sabanc\i\ University]
% https://sites.google.com/view/ezgikantarcioguz/main-page
\dates{2009--2011}
Alan Guo, PRUV: Lattice point methods for combinatorial games
[Analyst, Weiss Asset Management; PhD, MIT CS AIL; Duke Faculty
Scholar, Goldwater honorable mention]
% Julia Dale winner
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2008--2009}
Nathaniel Born (CS), UROP: Implementing a nonoverlapping
unfolding algorithm [Associate Engineer, Natural Resource
Group, LLC]
% https://www.linkedin.com/in/nate-born-2473b338
\dates{2007--2008}
Matthew Coudron, honors program: Visualizing flows on polyhedra
[Adjunct Assistant Prof. of Computer Science, U.~Maryland]
% [PhD candidate, MIT CS AIL; Goldwater Scholar]
% https://www.cs.umd.edu/people/mcoudron
% http://www.mit.edu/~mcoudron/
\dates{2003--2007}
David Molitor, Math and Econ major
% with Physics minor
[Asst Prof. of Finance, UIUC; Goldwater scholar]
% https://business.illinois.edu/profile/david-molitor/
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2019--}% mentored since 2020
Yupeng Li (combinatorial commutative algebra and algebraic geometry)
\dates{2019--}% mentored since 2019
Shreya Arya (algebraic, geometric, and topological data analysis)
\dates{2015--2020}% mentored since 2016
Do Tran (geometric probability: sampling from stratified spaces)
\dates{2015--2020}% mentored since 2016
Erika Ordog (combinatorial commutative algebra)
\dates{2014--2019}% mentored since 2014
Dmitry Vagner: Diagrammatics in categorification and compositionality
\dates{2013--2019}% mentored since 2015
Ashleigh Thomas: Invariants and metrics for multiparameter
persistent homology
\dates{2011--2015}
Kangkang Wang (joint w/Aspinwall): Determinant, wall monodromy
and spherical~\makebox[0pt][l]{functor}
\dates{2009--2014}
Christopher O'Neill: Monoid congruences, binomial ideals, and
their decompositions
% [Assistant Professor, San Diego State University]
\dates{2004--2012}
Patrick Byrnes (Minnesota, joint w/Vic Reiner): Structural
aspects of differential~posets
\dates{2005--2015}
Robert Edman (Minnesota, Vic Reiner took over after my
departure from UMN):\\ Diameter and coherence of monotone
path graphs in low corank
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2020--} Xiaojun Zheng (Duke Statistical Science)
% http://
% entered 2019; mentored Summer 2020
\dates{2009 grad} Dumitru Stamate (Bucharest; Fullbright
scholar 2006--2008 at Minnesota) [Asistent Universitar, U. Bucharest]
% http://old.unibuc.ro/~dstamate/
\dates{2008 grad} Susan Sierra (at Michigan) [Senior Lecturer at
University of Edinburgh]
% http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~ssierra/
\dates{2008 grad} Raman Sanyal (TU Berlin; mentored at UMN)
[Professor, Goethe-Universit\"at \makebox[0pt][l]{Frankfurt]}
% https://www.math.uni-frankfurt.de/~sanyal/
%dates{2007 grad} Ning Jia (Minnesota) [a postdoc at Virginia Tech]
%dates{2006 grad} Elizabeth Wulcan (Sweden)
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2020--}
Woojin Kim, Duke Math
\dates{2020--}
Margaret Regan, Duke Math
\dates{2017--2020}
Greg Malen, Duke Math [Visiting Assistant Professor, Union College]
\dates{2016--2017}
Justin Curry, Duke Math [Assistant Professor, University at Albany]
\dates{2015--2017}
Adam Jaeger, Duke Stat and SAMSI
% [Visiting Assistant Professor, Stat, Indiana Univ.]
[Assistant Professor, Wichita State]
% http://webs.wichita.edu/?u=mathsci&p=/mathstat/people/index/
\dates{2015--2016}
Justin Allman, Duke Math [Assistant Professor, US Naval Academy]
\dates{2011--2013}
Christine Berkesch, Duke Math
[Associate Professor, U. Minnesota]
\dates{2010--2011}
Anne Shiu, NSF Postdoc, Duke Math
% [NSF postdoc, U.~Chicago]
[Associate Professor, Texas A\&M]
\dates{2010, Fall}
Manoj Gopalkrishnan, visitor to Duke Math
% [Faculty member, TIFR-Mumbai]
[Associate Prof., Elec. Engin., IIT \makebox[0pt][l]{Bombay]}
\dates{2009--2011}
Sonja Mapes, Duke Math
% [Research Assistant Professor at Notre Dame]
[Associate Professor of the Practice, Notre Dame]
% https://www3.nd.edu/~smapes1/
\dates{2009--2010}
Megan Owen, SAMSI/NCSU Math
[Assistant Professor of CS, Lehman College]
% http://comet.lehman.cuny.edu/owen/
\dates{2006--2009}
Stephen Griffeth, Minnesota Math
[Professor, U.~Talca, Chile]
% http://inst-mat.utalca.cl/~sgriffeth/
\dates{2006--2009}
Drew Armstrong, Minnesota Math
[Associate Professor, U. Miami]
\dates{2006--2008}
Milena Hering, Minnesota Math
[Lecturer, U. Edinburgh]
\dates{2005--2008}
Alex Yong, Minnesota Math
[Professor, U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign]
% https://math.illinois.edu/directory/profile/ayong
\dates{2005--2008}
Calin Chindris, Minnesota Math
[Associate Professor, U. Missouri]
% http://faculty.missouri.edu/~chindrisc/
\dates{2003--2005}
Jeremy Martin, Minnesota Math
[Professor, U. Kansas]
% http://jlmartin.faculty.ku.edu/~jlmartin/
\end{jobs}
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2019$\;$--}
Math Department Liaison to Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Program
\dates{2014$\;$--}
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Program: Math Content Advisor
\dates{2014$\;$--$\;$2016}\label{page:universityService}
co-PI, Robert Noyce Teacher Fellowship Program, an \$800,000
initial NSF grant + subsequent capacity-building grant (NSF
DUE-1439799: \$300,000; ``Integrative Middle School STEM
Teacher Preparation: A Collaborative Capacity Building Project
at Duke University'' with Jan Riggsbee, Jack Bookman, Kate
Allman, Ronen Plesser),
% \$299,967 -- see email on 3 Sep 2014
awarded through the Master of Arts in Teaching program at
Duke; see `Advisory boards' on p.~\pageref{page:advisory} for
additional program details
\end{jobs}
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%talkyear{2012}{Sep}
% Panel member: ``NSF Funding from the Inside''
% 25 September 2012
% 10:00 - 11:00, Bryan Research 103
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\ \,(see online CV at
\textsf{http:/$\!$/math.duke.edu/people/ezra-miller})
%begin{tabular}[t]{l}
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% \> Grad student instruction evaluation (2009)\\
% \> Recruitment poster (2009)\\
% \> Postdoc hiring (2009)\\
% \> Hiring (2009)
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\> Undergraduate curriculum (2005--2006)\\
\> Honors Program (2005--2006)\\
\> Postdoc hiring (2004--2005)\\
\> Instruction evaluation (2004--2005, 2007--2008)\\
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\vspace{-2ex}
%begin{tabular}[t]{l}
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\> Nicolas Berkouk (2020, \a'Ecole Polytechnique and Inria Saclay)\\
\> Erika Ordog (2020, Duke Math)\\
\> Do Tran (2020, Duke Math)\\
\> Ashleigh Thomas (2019, Duke Math)\\
\> Dmitry Vagner (2019, Duke Math)\\ %March 28
\> Brendan Williamson (2019, Duke Math)\\
\> Sean Skwerer (2014, UNC-Chapel Hill, Stat/Operations Research)\\
\> Ruth Davidson (2014, NC State, Math)\\
\> Chris O'Neill (2014, Duke Math)\\
\> John Steenbergen (2013, Duke Math)\\
\> Elizabeth Munch (2013, Duke Math)\\
\> Kaisa Taipale (chair, 2010, Minnesota Math)\\
\> Meghan Allen (2009, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada)\\
\> Andrew Berget (2009, Minnesota Math)\\
\> Jessica Striker (2008, Minnesota Math)\\%[\fill\pagebreak]
\> Molly Maxwell (chair, 2007, Minnesota Math)\\
\> Ning Jia (2007, Minnesota Math)\\[-5ex]
\end{tabbing}
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\vspace{-2ex}
%begin{tabular}[t]{l}
\begin{tabbing}
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\> Henry Kirveslahti (2019, Duke Stat)\\
\> Erika Ordog (2018)\\ %May 2
\> Do Tran (2018)\\ %March 22
\> Ashleigh Thomas (2016)\\ %May 9
\> Dmitry Vagner (2016)\\ %March 29
\> Brian Fitzpatrick (2013)\\
\> Sean Skwerer (2013, UNC Chapel Hill Stat/Operations Research)\\
\> Ruth Davidson (2013, NCSU Math)\\
\> Ben Gaines (2012)\\%[\fill\pagebreak]
\> Kangkang Wang (2012)\\
\> Chris O'Neill (2012)\\
\> John Steenbergen (2011)\\
\> Anil Venkatesh (2011)\\
\> Elizabeth Munch (2011)\\
\> Robert Edman (2008, Minnesota, Math)\\
\> Kaisa Taipale (2007, Minnesota, Math)\\
\> Brendon Rhoades (2007, Minnesota, Math)\\
\> Patrick Byrnes (2005, Minnesota, Math)\\
\> Molly Maxwell (2005, Minnesota, Math)\\
\> Jayashree Sadagopan (2005, Minnesota, Computer Science Department)\\
\> Sangwook Kim (2005, Minnesota, Math)\\
\> Ning Jia (2004, Minnesota, Math)\\
\> Dan Drake (2004, Minnesota, Math)\\[-5ex]
\end{tabbing}
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\vspace{-2ex}
%begin{tabular}[t]{l}
\begin{tabbing}
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\> Christopher O'Neill (2011)\\
\> Anil Venkatesh (2010)\\
\> Benjamin Gaines (2010)\\
\> Tatsunari Watanabe (2010)
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\begin{jobs}
\dates{2006\ \,\,Winter}
\ \,\,Twin Cities Ultimate Winter Rec League champions. team: Huzzah
\dates{2006\ \,\,Spring}
\ \,\,University of Minnesota intramural champions. team: Huzzah
\dates{2007\ \,\,Summer}
\hspace{.2ex}Cooler Classic tournament (Delafield, WI) Mixed B champions.
team: The General Lee
\dates{2007\ \,\,Fall}
\ \,\,Twin Cities Ultimate Fall League champions. team: Sparkly
\dates{2007\ \,\,Fall}
\ \,\,University of Michigan intramural champions. team: Symplectic Disc
\dates{2010\ \,\,Summer}
\ \,\,Triangle Flying Disc Association champions. team: Green
\dates{2013\ \,\,Winter}
\ \,\,Triangle Savage 7 Benefit Tourney champions. team: Grip it and Rip it
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Bernd Sturmfels\\
Department of Mathematics\\
University of California\\
Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
\textsf{bernd\at math.berkeley.edu}\\
\\
Victor Reiner\\
School of Mathematics\\
University of Minnesota\\
Minneapolis, MN 55455\\
\textsf{reiner\at math.umn.edu}\\
\\
Sergey Fomin\\
Department of Mathematics\\
University of Michigan\\
Ann Arbor, MI 48109\\
\textsf{fomin\at umich.edu}\\
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Andrei Zelevinsky\\
Department of Mathematics\\
Northeastern University\\
Boston, MA 02115\\
\textsf{andrei\at neu.edu}\\
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Dave Bayer\\
Department of Mathematics\\
Barnard College/Columbia University\\
%2990 Broadway MC 4417\\
New York, NY 10027-6902\\
\textsf{bayer\at math.columbia.edu}\\
\\
\\% Frank Sottile\\
\\% Department of Mathematics\\
\\% Texas A\&M University\\
\\% College Station, TX 77843-3368\\
\\% \textsf{sottile\at math.tamu.edu}
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