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Jeffrey Meier

Starting this summer, I will be an Assistant Professor at Western Washington University. Please note my new email.

Previously, I was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow and Zorn Postdoctoral Fellow at Indiana University and a Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Associate at the University of Georgia. I earned my PhD in Mathematics at The University of Texas at Austin under the supervision of Cameron McA. Gordon in May, 2014.

My research interests include manifold theory and knot theory in dimensions three and four. Recently, I have been studying an assortment of low-dimensional objects: trisections of 4-manifolds, bridge trisections of surfaces in 4-manifolds, fibered ribbon disks, doubly slice knots, and primitive/Seifert knots. My research is currently supported by NSF grant DMS-1758087.

Below are some upcoming meetings and workshops that I am helping to organize: