I am a fourth year graduate student in the mathematics department at UC Berkeley, working with Bernd Sturmfels. I am interested in tropical geometry and combinatorial algebraic geometry. I will graduate in May 2020, and you can find my CV here. I completed my undergraduate studies at Reed College. I am originally from St. Louis, MO. Some of my non-academic interests include ice skating, ceramics, knitting, origami, and climbing.

You can contact me at brandtm at berkeley dot edu, or find me in Evans Hall.

I have adopted a polyhedron. It is called the Maddiehedron and you can view it here! It has f-vector (8,14,8), and it has 41 siblings.

By the way, here are two other mathematical Maddies: Maddie Weinstein, Maddie the Mathematician.

As part of the NSF We Are Mathematics video competition, Maddie Weinstein and I made a video called MatheMaddie's Ice Cream Map, which you can view here. This was based on the paper Voronoi Cells of Varieties by Diego Cifuentes, Kristian Ranestad, Bernd Sturmfels, and Madeleine Weinstein.