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Me sitting dockside at Peniche, Portugal.
 
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WelcomeI am a mathematician and teacher, and as of Sept 2016 an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department at SUNY Buffalo State. I have also held a number of other academic positions, most recently as Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Toledo, in Toledo, Ohio, and as McCain Teaching Postdoc in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, Canada. My main research interests are mathematical physics, topology, and category theory, and in particular, how "higheralgebraic" ideas from category theory can illuminate questions in quantum gravity and the foundations of quantum mechanics. This has connections to Wittentype pathintegral invariants for manifolds, combinatorics, representation theory, and more. Have a look around, and don't forget to visit my blog. Feedback and questions are welcome. Ich kann Ihnen auf Deutsch antworten, et je peux vous répondre en français. (Background photo on all these pages is of the Penrose tile courtyard in front of the new Mathematics building at the University of Oxford, which I took at the Clay Institute workshop held at its opening.)
