This is a list of things I have available for you to read. This list might get longer in the future.

- Shortages and Solutions in the Motherglass Market. I wrote this paper for an economics class my freshman year. At the time LCD computer monitors were rather new, the prices were fluctuating a lot, and manufacturers were building a bunch of new factories. Motherglass is the name for the sheets of glass that are used to create LCDs. I read a few articles that predicted the future of the motherglass market, threw in a few economics terms, and presto, I had a five-page paper.
- Compositions of series-parallel graphs. This was my honors thesis, completed in the spring of 2006. Its topic is part of the branch of mathematics known as graph theory. The abstract reads: "A composition of a graph is a partition of the vertex set such that the subgraph induced by each part is connected. In this paper we shall survey past results about compositions of graphs and present a new result which yields a linear-time method for computing the number of compositions of a series-parallel graph."