# Sampling numbers and algebraic objects using zeta functions.

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# Planning for Spring/Fall

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# Counting sublattices and subrings of Z^n

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# Combustion Modeling with the G-Equation and the Homogenization Theory

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# Moduli spaces in algebraic geometry

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# A brief tour of noncommutative algebra

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# Counseling Center presentation

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# Mathematics and Africanist Dance

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Abstract: For over a decade, I have had the privilege to collaborate and learn from internationally acclaimed, Brooklyn-based choreographer Reggie Wilson and his Fist and Heel Performance Group https://www.fistandheelperformancegroup.org/ . This engagement has given me new practices for teaching and mentoring, widened my sense of where and how mathematical knowledge is held, and surfaced unexplored areas near the heart of mainstream geometry and topology. In this short talk, I'll try to give a quick sense of how this came about, what it's taught me about being a mathematician, and why I think dance and bodies have more to teach us mathematically.

# From pure math to artificial intelligence

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I will tell about my day-to-day life at a research company, focusing on digitalization and artificial intelligence. I will also share some experiences and tips on transitioning from pure mathematics to IT.