I am a fifth year math PhD student at UCSD. I study algebraic combinatorics under my advisor Brendon Rhoades. Currently I am studying actions of real and complex reflection groups and Iwahori-Hecke algebras on quotients of polynomial rings. I got my undergraduate degree from Northeastern University where I did an honors thesis under Egon Schulte on the combinatorics of certain abstract polytopes called colorful associahedra and cyclohedra.



My office is APM 2202.

My email is k p meyer (at) ucsd (dot) edu.