I’m Sam Stewart and a second-year math PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota. Originally from Oregon, I worked in Silicon Valley at several startups before deciding that pure math would give me the broader perspective I needed to solve the hard problems. My current interests lie at the intersection of computation and theory in mathematical fluid dynamics.
I also co-host a bi-weekly podcast called “This Mathematical Life” where my fellow graduate student Jorin Schug and I discuss math and life in graduate school.
Personal hobbies include making music (see my SoundCloud page).
Teaching is one of my favorite aspects of graduate school, and I particularly enjoy one-on-one tutoring. Check out my tutoring page for my teaching philosophy and availability.
If you read something of mine that you like, would like to collaborate on a problem or project, or just want to say hi, please feel free to drop me an email.