I am a fifth year graduate student in mathematics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
My mathematical interests are in low dimensional topology and hyperbolic geometry, working with my advisor Nathan Dunfield.
I recieved my BS in mathematics from The University of Georgia as well as a minor in Spanish.
Email: mobeidin [at] illinois [dot] edu
Office: 113 Altgeld Hall
I am currently trying to understand the statistics of random 3-manifolds, in particular random links. For more info, see the slides for the preliminary report given by Nathan Dunfield last Fall. I am also interested in computational questions in topology, and currently work on the Spherogram module in Snappy.
On April 17, 2015 I gave a talk in the graduate student geometry/topology seminar about Thompson's group F and it's relationship with knot theory. Slides can be found here.
I am currently teaching the Merit section AD1 of Math 231. In the past I've taught:
My (short) CV is here.
I tutor privately for most undergraduate classes. Contact me by email if you are interested in tutoring.
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