I am interested in problems in phylogenetics, tropical geometry, combinatorics, and number theory.
I am currently a postdoc in the Matsen group, part of the Herbold Computational Biology Program at the Fred Hutch Cancer Center. I was previously a postdoc at the University of Washington where my mentor was Farbod Shokrieh. Before that I was a graduate student at the University of Michigan where my advisors were David Speyer and Jeff Lagarias. I was on the academic job market in fall 2019.
Before graduate school I studied math at MIT and the Math in Moscow program.
email: | hrichman (at) alum (dot) mit (dot) edu |
Analysis quals |
Rubik's cube |
Quotes about math |
Origami simulator built by Amanda Ghassaei |
Multiline formulas guidelines provided by Acta Arithmetica |
Math Subject Classification browse and search, resource from zbMATH |
OEIS Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences |
FindStat database and search engine for combinatorial statistics and maps |
Why should I do math? Reasons by Tao Lin (43., 35., 31., 10., 28., 8., 11., 14., 41., 26., 21., 18.) |