I am a Postdoctoral Assistant Professor in the department of Mathematics at Michigan.
I am a co-organizer of the Michigan Combinatorics Seminar.
For a visual introduction to some of my favorite mathematical things, click here.
You can contact me at weigandt (at) umich.edu.Research Teaching CV
My area of research is algebraic combinatorics. Most recently, I have been using bumpless pipe dreams to study problems from Schubert calculus. I enjoy thinking about polynomials, quivers, and combinatorial algebraic geometry .Learn More
I am an inquiry based learning postdoctoral scholar at Michigan. I usually teach Math 175 (Introduction to Cryptology) and Math 176 (Explorations in Calculus). Both courses are taught from an inquiry perspective.Learn More