## About me

I am a fifth year PhD student in mathematics at Stanford University. My advisor is Persi Diaconis. My research interests are in combinatorics, probability, Markov chains, and related areas.

Before coming to Stanford, I completed undergraduate and masters degrees at the University of Sydney.

## Papers and preprints

- (with Evita Nestoridi) Shuffling large decks of cards and the Bernoulli-Laplace urn model. arXiv.
- (with Anne Schilling, Nicolas Thiéry and Nathan Williams) Braid moves in commutation classes of the symmetric group. arXiv.
- (with Eric Marberg) Variations of the Poincaré series for affine Weyl groups and q-analogues of Chebyshev polynomials. arXiv To appear in Advances in Applied Mathematics.
- Automorphisms of geometric structures associated to Coxeter groups. arXiv.
- Covolumes of lattices in automorphism groups of trees, Cayley graphs of Coxeter groups, and the Davis complex. (Masters thesis, University of Sydney).

## Teaching

In Fall 2016, I am a CA for MATH 101. At Stanford, I have previously taught for MATH 20, 21, 51, 101, 109, 113 and 120.

From 2013 to 2016, I have taught at SUMaC, a month-long summer mathematics camp for high school students.

## Contact details

My email address is grwhite [𝔞𝔱] stanford [𝔡𝔬𝔱] edu.

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