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My main research interests lie with solving mathematical and computational problems motivated by questions in quantum information theory. In particular, I make use of linear algebra, matrix analysis, and convex optimization to tackle questions related to the theory of quantum entanglement. My recent work has focused on investigating how things like matrix norms and eigenvalues can reveal properties of quantum entanglement, and finding methods to determine whether a given quantum state is separable or entangled.
I typically teach our linear algebra courses (MATH 2221 and MATH 3221) as well as a semi-random assortment of other math courses here at Mount Allison.
Current and Upcoming Teaching
- Winter 2018: Linear Algebra (MATH 2221) and Calculus II (MATH 1121)
Past Teaching at Mount Allison
- Linear Algebra (MATH 2221): Winter 2018, Winter 2017, Fall 2015
- Calculus I (MATH 1111): Winter 2018, Fall 2016
- Advanced Linear Algebra (MATH 3221): Fall 2017, Winter 2016
- Modern Algebra I (MATH 3211): Fall 2016
- Multivariable Calculus (MATH 2111)