I completed my Ph.D. in Mathematics and Master of Statistics degrees in 2023 at the University of Utah. My research is in probability theory. Particularly, I study models of random growth, such as last passage percolation, and models of random walks in random potentials (random polymers). These types of randomness appear when we navigate traffic, when lightning strikes along paths of least resistance, when spilled water percolates through a piece of paper, or when a particle traverses a random environment. My Ph.D. advisor was Firas Rassoul-Agha. In 2015, I completed my Bachelor's degree at Westminster University with majors in computer science and mathematics. I play piano and especially like pieces by Ravel and Chopin.

- with C. Janjigian and F. Rassoul-Agha: Existence of generalized Busemann functions and Gibbs measures for random walks in random potentials. (2023)
- with C. Janjigian and F. Rassoul-Agha: Non-existence of non-trivial bi-infinite geodesics in geometric last passage percolation. (2021)

- Math 1310-4 – Engineering Calculus I
- Math 3070-2, 3070-3 – R Lab I

- Fall 2022: Math 1030 – Intro to Quantitative Reasoning (Instructor)
- Spring 2022: Math 5010/6805 – Intro to Probability (Instructor)
- Fall 2021: Math 5010/6805 – Intro to Probability (Instructor)
- Fall 2020: Math 3070 – Applied Statistics I (Instructor)
- Summer 2020: Math 5010/6805 – Intro to Probability (Instructor)
- Spring 2020: Math 1220 – Calculus II (Instructor)
- Summer 2019: Math 2270 – Linear Algebra (Instructor)
- Spring 2019: Math 1080 – Precalculus (Instructor)
- Fall 2018: Math 1080 – Precalculus (Instructor)
- Spring 2018: Math 1060 – Trigonometry (Instructor)

Email: sean@math.utah.edu

Office: JWB 331

Office: JWB 331

Mailing Address:

Department of Mathematics

155 S 1400 E, JWB 233

Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0090