Math Resources

Talks

Here are the slides for my Spring 2021 DRP talk on de Rham cohomology! Additionally, here are more detailed notes I used to learn the material (they may be incomplete).

Notes

The UT Austin summer minicourses are currently going on, and I'm TeXing notes as I catch up with the recorded lectures. Here is a link to the in-progress notes.

Coursework

Here is a list of all my coursework and lecture notes from school. If there's a link, click it for the PDF file containing the notes.

UT Austin

Spring 2021

Fall 2020

University of North Texas (TAMS)

Spring 2020

Fall 2019

Summer 2019

Spring 2019

Fall 2018

Blog

A collection of the blog posts about mathematical topics, written with mathematical language.
  • What I've Been Studying: Attack of the Categories
  • All Voting Systems are Fundamentally Screwed
  • Linear Algebra and Its Applications, Part 2: Derivatives
  • Proving RSA Encryption: An Application of Group Theory (Part 3: Digital Signatures and Euler's Totient Function)
  • Proving RSA Encryption: An Application of Group Theory (Part 2: Fermat's Little Theorem and Ring Theory)
  • Proving RSA Encryption: An Application of Group Theory (Part 1: Asymmetric Encryption)
  • Topological Continuity: Simplicity in Abstraction
  • And some posts without any actual math about the topic of math itself.
  • My Experience With Graduate vs. Undergraduate Level Courses
  • Math is Hard Because Our Short Term Memory Sucks
  • Linear Algebra and Its Applications, Part 1: An Introduction
  • Algebra vs. Analysis: How do you eat your corn on the cob?
  • Useful links

    In the spirit of a math professor's website, I've (not yet) compiled a list of useful links I've found over the years related to the study and discussion of math.