Research, Professional and Creative Activity
Ph.D. -- Central Michigan University, 2016
B.S. -- Dalhousie University, 2005
I am primary a number theorist who uses a lot of analysis in my research. My specialty is in sieve methods and the main focus of my research is in classical additive problems in number theory. I also work in frame theory, which has many applications in telecommunication and signal processing. More specifically, my research in frame theory is focused on the classifications of the prime tight frames and its consequences.
Area of Research:
Number theory, frame theory
Teaching and Related Service
- MAT 113 -- Intermediate Algebra
- MAT 202 -- Calculus II
- MAT 223 -- Statistics
Almost-prime polynomials at prime arguments
Journal of Number Theory 184 (2018), 85–106
Betti tables of reducible algebraic curves
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 142 (2014), 4039–4051
Joint work with D.J. Bruce, E. Nash, B. Perez, and P. Vermeire.