I am currently studying mathematics and physics at the University of Toronto. Post-secondary school, I pursued a career as a professional footballer (soccer player), before transitioning into coaching and then pursuing a mathematics and physics education to apply my knowledge towards human movement and performance.
My most recent work involves the development of integrative models of football which capture the technical, tactical and physical/physiological aspects of the game and produce features which are able to directly inform and impact team training/preparation/scouting. These models include the use of algebraic braids, vector fields and simplicial complexes to represent team & ball movements as well as player interactions. Many of these models can be translated from a football setting to other contexts, and overall I love the creative application of mathematics for modeling and problem-solving real world scenarios.
CV available upon request.