Category Archives: research

A Magical Sabbatical

Even though it’s only been a month since I moved back to Maine, pre-tenure leave seems like a distant memory. I expected that the change would be abrupt, especially since I was traveling and trying to do research pretty much … Continue reading

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Conference madness, part III: IdeaLab 2013

After Sage Days (technically, though, I left a day early), I headed to Providence for the IdeaLab 2013 workshop. This was the first workshop of its kind at ICERM. Modeled after a similar program in France, the IdeaLab invited about 20 … Continue reading

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Conference madness, part II: Sage Days 50 – Women in Sage

Almost immediately after the Journees Arithmetiques, I went to Seattle for Sage Days 50 – Women in Sage. The workshop ran from July 10-15, but I had to leave early on the 14th (more on that later). Last year I … Continue reading

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