Department of Mathematics
3068 East Hall
530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043
Office: 3068 East Hall
Email: bullery (at) umich (dot) edu
I am a fifth year Ph.D. candidate in mathematics at the
University of Michigan
. My advisors are
, who is now at Stony Brook University, and
, who is here at Michigan. My research interests are in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra, and I'm currently thinking about vector bundles on Hilbert schemes.
Submitted, On the normality of secant varieties. ArXiv preprint.
To appear in Mathematical Research Letters, Designer ideals with high Castelnuovo-Mumford regularity. ArXiv preprint.
Summer 2013 : M-Bio Calculus
Fall 2012 : Co-coordinating Calculus I - Math 115
Winter 2012 : Calculus II - Math 116, section 53
Fall 2011 : Calculus I - Math 115, section 35
Winter 2011 : Calculus I - Math 115, section 16
Fall 2010 : Precalculus - Math 105, section 3
In summer 2013, I mentored an advanced high school student through the Michigan Mentorships Program. We talked mostly about real analysis and measure theory and worked through problems together.
In June and July 2013, I co-taught a course on the Fibonacci numbers for MMSS (
Michigan Math and Science Scholars).
I am the organizer for the
student algebraic geometry seminar. Let me know if you're interested in giving a talk. In summer 2013, I organized mini-courses in the department taught by and aimed at graduate students. You can find the list of courses
here. In summer 2012, I ran and taught a weekly seminar on divisors and line bundles in algebraic geometry.