Biography
I am a graduate student at the University of Utah.
My current research focuses on the representation theory of Lie algebras and Hecke algberas, as well as computational topology and geometry.
I am generally interested in problems relating to geometric representation theory, applied and theoretical harmonic analysis, signal processing, and machine learning.
My advisor is Peter Trapa.
In my spare time I enjoy exploring Utah's world renowned desert climbing.
This summer I will be visiting the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory as a participant in the National Security Internship Program.
Research
Non technical research statement
Technical research statement
Publications

Sheaftheoretic stratification learning.
Adam Brown and Bei Wang.
International Symposium on Computational Geometry (SOCG), 2018.
[arXiv:1712.07734]

ArakawaSuzuki Functors for Whittaker modules.
Adam Brown.
Preprint.
[arXiv:1805.04676]
Teaching
Instructor
 MATH 1010: Intermediate Algebra Fall 2013, Fall 2015
 MATH 10: Intermediate Algebra Review Spring 2017
 MATH 1060: Trigonometry Spring 2014
 MATH 1210: Calculus I Fall 2014, Fall 2016
 MATH 2200: Discrete Mathematics Summer 2014
Teaching Assistant
 MATH 3140: Engineering Vector Calculus and PDE's Spring 2015
Presentations
Symposium on Computational Geometry
 Sheaftheoretic stratification learning. Summer 2018 Slides
University of Utah Graduate Student Colloquium
 Applications of intersection homology in representation theory and data science. Spring 2018
 Topological data analysis: A new frontier (for sheaves). Spring 2017
 An invitation to harmonic analysis. Spring 2016 Slides
 A survey of the theory and applications of representations. Fall 2014
 Applications of representation theory in harmonic analysis. Spring 2013
University of Utah Representation Theory Student Seminar
 Duality between SL_n and the graded affine Hecke algebra. Fall 2016
 Weyl character formula. Spring 2015
 Dirac cohomology of HarishChandra modules. Spring 2015
 Clifford algebras. Spring 2015
 Introduction to sheaves. Fall 2014
 Abelian categories. Fall 2014
University of Utah Undergraduate Student Colloquium
 Applications of representation theory to the heat equation. Spring 2015 Slides
The Leonardo Museum
 pAdic numbers: A new way to count. Spring 2017 Slides