I gave a virtual talk in the BioMath Seminar at Virginia Commonwealth University in April, 2021.
I organized and presented in an AMS Special Session at the JMM in January, 2021.
My student's talks were featured in a Harvey Mudd news story about a class on public speaking for math majors that I taught online in Fall 2020.
I presented virtually in the Mathematical Biology Seminar at UC Davis in November, 2020.
I gave a virtual colloquium at the Center for Applied Math at Cornell University in October, 2020.
Here is a link to watch the talk: Emergent Patterns in Locust Swarms
This summer I mentored four undergraduate students with collaborator and co-mentor Andrew Bernoff. The two projects were both related to locust modeling and one was housed within the HMC Data Science REU.
I started my journey in the Brown'20 cohort with Project NExT in an online workshop in July, 2020.
I spoke in a remote minisymposium on agent-based modelling at the SIAM/CAIMS Annual Meeting in July, 2020.
My newest paper appears online in PLOS Computational Biology: Agent-based and continuous models of locust hopper bands.
I gave my first Zoom talk in the PDE and Applied Math Seminar at UC Riverside, April 2020 in the internet of COVID-19.
I organized and spoke in a minisymposium on traveling waves at the SIAM Conference on Analysis of PDEs, December 2019 in La Quinta, CA
I hosted a workshop with 8-10th graders exploring why and how animals swarm through Gateways to Exploring the Mathematical Sciences, December 2019 in Claremont, CA