I am now a postdoctoral researcher at the Sorbonne Université, where I joined the PolSys team. I am working with Mohab Safey El Din and Emmanuel Trélat. I graduated from North Carolina State University, where I worked under the direction of Cynthia Vinzant. I defended my dissertation in May 2021. My research interests are in Applied Algebraic Geometry, Combinatorics and Optimization.

New Preprint: Sparse moments of univariate step functions and allele frequency spectra

Email: ghscholt(at)ncsu.edu
Office: LAU 208

I served as president of the AMS student chapter at NC State for the academic year 2019-2020. The chapter organized the spring 2019 edition of TAGMaC, a graduate student conference bringing together mathematics graduate students from all over North Carolina to present their research.

TAGMaC 2019