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I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time (namely, after 3). On Tuesday, Thursdays, and weekends, I'll probably be able to contribute during the mornings as well. (This is based on my current estimate of my schedule next year.)

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

Akhil Mathew

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I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time (namely, after 3). On Tuesday, Thursdays, and weekends, I'll probably be able to contribute during the mornings as well. (This is based on my current estimate of my schedule next year.)

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

Akhil Mathew

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I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time (namely, after 3). On Tuesday, Thursdays, and weekends, I'll probably be able to contribute during the mornings as well. (This is based on my current estimate of my schedule next year.)

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

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Akhil Mathew

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I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time (namely, after 3). On Tuesday, Thursdays, and weekends, I'll probably be able to contribute during the mornings as well. (This is based on my current estimate of my schedule next year.)

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

Akhil Mathew

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I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time (namely, after 3). On Tuesday, Thursdays, and weekends, I'll probably be able to contribute during the mornings as well. (This is based on my current estimate of my schedule next year.)

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

Akhil Mathew

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I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time (namely, after 3). On Tuesday, Thursdays, and weekends, I'll probably be able to contribute during the mornings as well. (This is based on my current estimate of my schedule next year.)

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

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Akhil Mathew

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I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time (namely, after 3). On Tuesday, Thursdays, and weekends, I'll probably be able to contribute during the mornings as well. (This is based on my current estimate of my schedule next year.)

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

Akhil Mathew

meta

I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time.

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

Akhil Mathew

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I am a rising freshman in mathematics at Harvard. I have diverse interests that are still growing and expanding, but currently lean towards algebraic geometry and dynamical systems. I've been involved in a few research mathematics projects, and one day I'd like to become a mathematician.

I also take an interest in mathematical exposition. I did a fair bit of tutoring in high school (mostly in mathematics, but not exclusively). I've also been involved in the production of an undergraduate analysis textbook. Since last November, I have maintained a mathematical blog.

I would primarily be useful in the afternoons and evenings on Eastern time (namely, after 3). On Tuesday, Thursdays, and weekends, I'll probably be able to contribute during the mornings as well. (This is based on my current estimate of my schedule next year.)

I am an active MathOverflow user as well. In addition, I've participated in the past on the Cogito.org online forums for high school students run by the Johns Hopkins University as a "host" of the mathematics section; this is a loose equivalent of "moderator," and is also part of what would influence my style if elected.

My vision for math.SE is a more open cousin to MathOverflow, one where good questions with clear answers that are not at research level--or are based on research in related fields--are encouraged quickly. MO has been very successful in its goal of making a community to ask questions about research math. We need one for just plain math.

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