Mariel Supina

I am a fifth year math PhD student at UC Berkeley advised by Federico Ardila. My research interests lie in algebraic and geometric combinatorics, specifically including combinatorial Hopf monoids, Coxeter groups, Ehrhart theory, and matroid theory. Here is my CV. My pronouns are she/her.

I spent the 2019-2020 academic year visiting the Discrete Geometry group at FU Berlin thanks to the support of the Erasmus+ Mobility Grant.

I am also grateful for the support of the UC Berkeley Chancellor's Fellowship and the Graduate Fellowships for STEM Diversity.


Research Papers

Talks and Posters

Conferences and Travel




In Spring 2019 I organized the Talking About Combinatorial Objects Student Seminar (TACOS) at UC Berkeley.

Other Links


Fall 2018: Graduate Student Instructor for Math 1B with Prof. Christ.