I am a 5th year Ph.D. student of Dan Freed in the Mathematics Department at the University of Texas in Austin. I completed my undergraduate at Princeton University with a major in Mathematics and a certificate in Applications of Computing. My interests are in algebraic topology, mathematical physics, as well as topics in computational complexity. |

University of Texas at Austin

Austin, Texas 78712

E-Mail: eleeman at math dot utexas dot edu

I have been the TA for
the following courses:

- M408K Differential Calculus [Fall 2013]
- M408K Differential Calculus [Spring 2014]
- M408M Multivariable Calculus [Fall 2014]

I am currently organizing the Saturday Morning Math Group for UT Austin.

"Affine
extractors over large fields with exponential error," J.
Bourgain, Z. Dvir, E. Leeman. 2014. Electronic Colloquium on
Computational Complexity.