- Office: 2233 CNSI Building, UC Santa Barbara, CA 93106-6105
- Home: 271 Ellwood Beach Dr. Apartment #6 Goleta CA 93117
- Contact info: email scott at-sign tqft dot net (PGP public key) phone +1 805 453 7347 (cell) +1 805 893 8836 (work)
- My home page is at http://tqft.net/
- My calendar and my conferences calendar are online.
I've submitted my thesis, and apparently have a doctorate now.
There's also a 3 page synopsis, for anyone who'd like something longer and more motivational than just the abstract.
I'm a postdoctoral researcher working in Microsoft's Station Q, at UC Santa Barbara. Most of my work has to do with spiders for A_n, and foams and Khovanov categorification. My mathematics page has some more details, and links to papers. My thesis was on spiders for A_n. I did my PhD at UC Berkeley, working with Vaughan Jones.
(see my other photos from Nepal)
I try to keep a list of all the bushwalking and climbing (and everything else, I guess) trips I go on. It occasionally gets out-of-date, but it is mostly within a month of accuracy. It might not necessarily be too interesting reading - on the other hand, it does have links to trip reports where available, which might be useful to some people. There is also the occasional link to photos, etc.
At Berkeley I used to do things with CHAOS. Some years ago I helped run the Bushwalking and Mountaineering Club at the University of New South Wales. It's a wonderful club - if you're at UNSW, you really should go along to a meeting and get involved.
I'm largely to blame for the UNSW Buildering homepage (and for many of the exploits described therein).
- You can look at my previous teaching pages. I have some recipes online, as well as Nina's Berkeley restaurant guide.
While looking at the history of this page should give you an idea of how this page has changed, you can also see a snapshot of my homepage in early 2003.