"A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man
contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral."—Antoine
de Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince
I am a 5th-year graduate student at Stony Brook University, interested in
symplectic geometry. More specifically, I think about various Floer
homology theories applied to problems in complex, contact, and symplectic
geometry. I have some interest in gauge theories as well. My advisor is
I am originally from Colorado and before arriving at SBU, I studied math, philosophy, and ancient Greek at Calvin College.
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Office: 5-125B, Math Department, Stony Brook University
"Local Lagrangian Floer Homology of Quasi-Minimally Degenerate Intersections," preprint available here.
I'm not sure what to mind concerning copyright issues. But ultimately, shouldn't credit be given to Bill Watterson?