I'm an instructor in the Department of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previously, I was an IBL Postdoctoral Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan. I completed my PhD at the University of Illinois in 2018 under the direction of Alexander Yong.
My area of research is algebraic combinatorics. Most recently, I have been using bumpless pipe dreams and Gröbner geometry to study problems from Schubert calculus. I enjoy thinking about polynomials, quivers, and combinatorial algebraic geometry.
In Fall 2022, I am teaching 18.211, Combinatorial Analysis. Registered students will find more information on Canvas.
To see a list of past courses I have taught, click below.
The easiest way to reach me is by email: weigandt (at) mit.edu.
You can also find me in my office: MIT 2-246A.