About Me

Quick Summary

Here is a copy of my CV.

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Longer Summary

Welcome to my home page. My name is Carmen Bruni. I obtained a Ph.D. working in number theory under the supervision of Professor Michael Bennett. In particular, my research was on Diophantine equations and their solvability over the integers/rationals, specifically extensions of Fermat's Last Theorem. I worked for The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) at the University of Waterloo as a lecturer from August 2015 until August 2017 before moving to the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science in September of 2017.

I came to UBC in 2010 after a five year period with the University of Waterloo where I obtained a BMATH double majoring in pure mathematics and computer science and a MMath in pure mathematics. During my Masters, I studied the Riemann Roch theorem for algebraic curves under the supervision of Professor David McKinnon. Previous to this, I spent the summer of 2009 as a USRA student of Professor David M. R. Jackson where I studied knot theory. I am excited to return to my alma mater and to continuing the tradition of excellence at the University of Waterloo.

Outside the classroom, I've been playing guitar for as long as I can remember ranging from classical music to heavy metal. I am an avid games player with a preference for board and card games. I also enjoy sports, specifically football and hockey.