Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Office Location: Clyde A. Lynch 283-E
Since earning a Ph.D. in mathematics studying hyperbolic geometry and low-dimensional topology, I have pivoted to doing research in quantum information. During the summer, I work with Dr. Lyons and LVC students researching symmetries and entanglements of quantum states. I am a Project NExT Fellow as well as a participant and speaker in the Tetrahedral Geometry/Topology Seminar.
Lyons D W, Mullican C, Rilatt A, Putnam, J D. (2023). “Werner states from diagrams”. arXiv:2302.05572 [quant-ph].
- Calculus I & II
- Foundations of Mathematics
- Mathematical Thinking I & II
- Differential Equations
- Graph Theory