My name is Patrick Daniels, and I am a mathematics graduate student at the University of Maryland, College Park. My research focuses on generalizations of Zink's theory of displays and applications to Rapoport-Zink spaces. My advisor is Thomas Haines.

About me

I graduated in 2013 from SUNY Geneseo, in upstate New York, with Bachelor of Arts degrees in mathematics and economics.

Together with Steven Reich I organize the Student Algebra / Number Theory Seminar at UMD. During the semester information about the seminar can be found at the link above.

I am a committee member of the UMD Directed Reading Program (DRP). The program pairs undergraduate students with graduate student mentors in order to give the undergraduates an opportunity to study an advanced mathematical topic outside of the standard curriculum. More information can be found about the DRP at its website, here.

I also contribute to the curriculum for Girls Talk Math, which is a summer camp for high school girls hosted at the University of Maryland. More information about Girls Talk Math can be found at its website, here.