I am an assistant professor of mathematics at Acadia University. My research lies in the areas of probability theory, enumerative combinatorics, representation theory on symmetric groups, and analytic number theory. In probability theory and enumerative combinatorics my reseach has evolved around problems related to pattern avoiding permutations, card shuffling problems as well as random labellings on graphs. In analytic number theory my work involves representations of integers by quadratic forms, Theta function identities, determining the number of solutions of quadratic equations, and reciprocity laws for the Legendre symbol.
PhD in Mathematics
University of Southern California
MS in Mathematics
BS in Mathematics
During the academic year 2017⁄2018 I am teaching the following courses at Acadia University: