Expository Notes

It’s helpful for me to write things down. Maybe my explanations will be helpful to you too. Expository notes are fairly short explanations or examples. Expository papers are in a longer form and often the result of class projects.

Expository Notes

  • Here is a note which contains an explicit (i.e. with matrices) computation of chromatic graph homology.
  • Here is a note which explains why the Möbius band is a fiber bundle.

Expository Papers

  • Here are the results of a machine learning project about the game Connect Four written with Dana Droz and John Darges for Kevin Flores’ Introduction to Machine Learning.
  • Here is an expository paper on Equivariant Cohomology and GKM Theory written for Ricky Liu’s Schubert Calculus.
  • Here is an expository paper on spectral sequences written by myself and Ezra Nance for Tye Lidman’s Algebraic Topology II.