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Sarah Brauner



Sarah Brauner

This is me, in front of a math-bug— but it is not my math-bug! If it is yours, I would love to hear from you.



About me: I am a fourth year graduate student and PhD candidate in Mathematics at the University of Minnesota. My advisor is Vic Reiner. I did my undergrad at Reed College. After that, I spent a year at Smith College's Post-Baccalaureate Program for women in mathematics.

I am currently supported by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Before that, I was supported by a three-year UMN College of Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.

Research: I study algebraic combinatorics. Specifically, I am interested in reflection groups and their connections to combinatorics, representation theory and algebraic topology. See my research page for more details.

Contact: Email me at braun622 "at" umn.edu.

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