Research Papers
- The universal valuation of Coxeter matroids with Christopher Eur and Mario Sanchez
Submitted. - The equivariant Ehrhart theory of the permutahedron with Federico Ardila and Andres R. Vindas-Meléndez
Accepted to Proceedings of the AMS. - The Hopf monoid of orbit polytopes
Accepted to Journal of Combinatorics.
Talks and Posters
- The universal valuation of Coxeter matroids
- Combinatorics Seminar, Washington University in St. Louis, September 2020 (upcoming)
- Combinatorics Seminar, UC Berkeley, November 2020 (upcoming)
- Graduate Online Combinatorics Colloquium (video), September 2020
- Equivariant Ehrhart theory of the permutahedron
- FPSAC 2020 Online (slides, video), July 2020
- AMS Special Session on Geometric and Topological Combinatorics, University of Florida, November 2019
- Discrete Geometry Seminar, Freie Universität Berlin, December 2019
- The Hopf monoid of orbit polytopes and its character group
- Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC) (poster), Ljubljana, Slovenia, July 2019
- Summer School on Geometric and Algebraic Combinatorics (slides), Paris, France, June 2019
- MAA Golden Section Meeting (poster), San Jose, CA, February 2019
- Algebra, Geometry, and Combinatorics (AGC) Seminar, San Francisco State University, November 2018
- Einstein Workshop on Geometric and Topological Combinatorics (poster), Berlin, Germany, October 2018
- Combinatorics Seminar, UC Berkeley, October 2018
- Encuentro Colombiano de Combinatoria (ECCO) (poster), Barranquilla, Colombia, June 2018
- Overview of equivariant Ehrhart theory, Discrete Geometry Student Seminar, Freie Universität Berlin, November 2019
- Introduction to the combinatorics of Young tableaux, Talking About Combinatorial Objects Student Seminar (TACOS), UC Berkeley, February 2019
- Introduction to tropical linear spaces, Tropical Geometry is Fun Student Seminar (TGIF), UC Berkeley, October 2018
- Coxeter permutahedra, Talking About Combinatorial Objects Student Seminar (TACOS), UC Berkeley, March 2018
- Introduction to matroids, Talking About Combinatorial Objects Student Seminar (TACOS), UC Berkeley, September 2017
Conferences and Travel
Upcoming:
- Characteristic polynomials of matroids and Ehrhart polynomials of convex polytopes, RIMS Kyoto, Japan, March 2021
- 28th Nordic Congress of Mathematicians, Aalto University, Finland, August 2021
- AIM Workshop on Ehrhart polynomials, San Jose, CA, May 2022
Previous:
- FPSAC 2020 Online, Online, July 2020
- AlCoVE: an Algebraic Combinatorics Virtual Expedition, Online, June 2020
- Einstein Workshop on Polytopes and Algebraic Geometry, Berlin, Germany, December 2019
- AMS Southeastern Section Meeting, University of Florida, November 2019
- Opening Conference for the Einstein Semester Algebraic Geometry: Varieties, Polyhedra, Computation, Berlin, Germany, October 2019
- Workshop on Discrete Geometry with a View on Symplectic and Tropical Geometry, Cologne, Germany, September 2019
- Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig, Germany, August 5-9 2019
- Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC), Ljubljana, Slovenia, July 2019
- Summer School on Geometric and Algebraic Combinatorics, Paris, France, June 2019
- Einstein Workshop on Algebraic Combinatorics, Berlin, Germany, November 2018
- Einstein Workshop on Geometric and Topological Combinatorics, Berlin, Germany, October 2018
- Encuentro Colombiano de Combinatoria (ECCO), Barranquilla, Colombia, June 2018
- Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, January 2018
- Association for Women in Mathematics Research Symposium, UCLA, April 2017
- Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics, University of Nebraska Lincoln, January 2015
Seminars
In Spring 2019 I organized the Talking About Combinatorial Objects Student Seminar (TACOS) at UC Berkeley.Other Links
- The Noetherian Ring: Group for gender minorities in mathematics at UC Berkeley at the graduate level and above
- For All: Profiles of modern mathematicians
- I adopted a polyhedron!
Teaching
Fall 2018: Graduate Student Instructor for Math 1B with Prof. Christ.