Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
eproctor a middlebury d edu
In Fall 2022, I am teaching Linear Algebra. I regularly teach Differential Geometry, Abstract Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, and Calculus I, among other things. I have also completed the iBme mindfulness teacher training program. I enjoy sharing mindfulness with students and working with them on their practice.
My current research interests include the differential, spectral, and metric geometry of orbifolds. In this short interview, I talk a bit about geometry and the work that I do (31:47).
Publications and Preprints
The spectra of digraphs with Morita equivalent C*-algebras, with Carla Farsi and Christopher Seaton. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 655 (2022), 28-64.
Approximating orbifold spectra using collapsing connected sums, with Carla Farsi and Christopher Seaton. Journal of Geometric Analysis, 31 (2021), 9433-9468.
Γ-extensions of the spectrum of an orbifold, with Carla Farsi and Christopher Seaton. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 366 (2014), 3881-3905.
Orbifold homeomorphism finiteness based on geometric constraints. Annals of Global Analysis and Geometry, 41 (2012), no. 1, 47-59.
Spectral and geometric bounds on 2-orbifold diffeomorphism type, with Elizabeth Stanhope. Differential Geometry and its Applications, 28 (2010), 12-18.
An isospectral deformation on an infranil-orbifold, with Elizabeth Stanhope. Canadian Mathematical Bulletin, 53 (2010), no. 4, 684-689.
Isospectral metrics and potentials on classical compact simple Lie groups. Michigan Mathematical Journal, 53 (2005), no. 2, 305-318.
Isospectral metrics on classical compact simple Lie groups, PhD thesis, May 2003.
Along with teaching and research, I enjoy running, reading, spending time with my family, and meditation and ethics. When things are quieter, I also like to draw.