Research interests: My current research interests are in higher Grothendieck-Witt theory, also known as Hermitian K-theory, which is a generalization of algebraic K-theory. In algebraic K-theory, given a ring $R$, one studies a series of abelian groups $K_n(R)$, which encode information about $R$. In Hermitian K-theory, we consider rings $R$ with involution, and study a series of abelian groups $K_n^h(R)$ which encode information about $R$, including the structure of its involution. This has applications, for example, to A1 homotopy theory, which is a method for applying topological techniques to algebraic geometry; for instance, in A1 homotopy theory, the affine line plays a role analogous to that of the interval $[0,1]$ in topology.