## About Me

I am a Professor of Mathematics at the University of California San Diego, where I have been since 2005. Before that I was a C. L. E. Moore Instructor at MIT (2003-2005) and an NSF Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Washington (2002-2003). I was a graduate student at the University of Michigan (1997-2002), where I studied with Toby Stafford.

My research is in noncommutative algebra. In particular I study noncommutative graded rings, and the theory of noncommutative projective geometry.

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### MSRI notes on noncommutative geometry

I wrote lecture notes, together with exercises, for a series of five lectures on noncommutative projective geometry which I gave at the MSRI graduate workshop in Berkeley in June 2012.

MSRI course notes on noncommutative projective geometry

These notes are planned to be published as a book together with the lecture notes of the other courses at the workshop; further details TBA.

### CV

Here is a (current as of August 2014) copy of my CV