Mathematics Ph.D.
Please disregard the email address present in the following documents and instead use ckofroth@asu.edu to contact me!
Notes

From 7/298/16/2019, I attended the Summer Northwestern Analysis Program (SNAP), which was focused on semiclassical analysis. Notes for all of the minicourses are posted on the previouslylinked page except for two, namely "the Fourier Transform and Distribution Theory" taught by Dr. Jared Wunsch and the first week of "Eigenfunction Asymptotics" taught by Dr. Yaiza Canzani. I have transcribed them both and posted them here (with the instructors' permission). The notes:

The Fourier Transform and Distribution Theory (up on Jared's site, too; see link above!)

Eigenfunction Asymptotics I


Here are notes that I wrote which discuss some of the key themes of microlocal analysis at a relatively elementary level. They were written for a threepart talk to UNC math graduate students.
Course Projects
Here are some endofsemester projects that I have done during graduate school, organized by course number:

MATH 657: Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Applications

MATH 751: Partial Differential Equations

MATH 753: Measure Theory and Integration

MATH 754: Functional Analysis

MATH 762: Numerical ODE/PDE II
Fall 2019
Spring 2019
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
Spring 2019