Welcome! I am an assistant professor working with the analysis group at Clemson University. I received my Ph.D. from Washington University in St. Louis in 2020. Send me an email if you would like to get in touch.
My main interests are thinking, discussing, reading, and writing about mathematics. Aside from math, I like to spend time with family, friends, and my dog (Australian shepherd named Franklin). I also enjoy traveling, hiking, jogging, and playing/listening to music.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Clemson University
Email: cbstock(at)clemson(dot)edu
My research is in the general area of harmonic analysis. In particular, I am interested in the interplay between harmonic analysis and related areas such as complex analysis, partial differential equations, and operator theory. My Ph.D. thesis is concerned with weak-type estimates for singular integral operators in Euclidean, weighted, and multilinear settings.
It is a privilege of mine to share knowledge with students and colleagues. I strive to engage as an educator as often and in as many roles as possible. I have particularly enjoyed presenting research in conferences and seminars, mentoring undergraduate research, teaching university courses, and leading math circle workshops.