I’m Aram Bingham (he/him), a PhD student in mathematics working with Mahir Bilen Can. My interests include algebra, combinatorics, number theory, geometry and the anthropology of mathematics.


I work mostly on combinatorics related to algebraic geometry and representation theory, though I also have an abiding interest in algorithmic number theory. Most of my papers are on symmetric spaces and their embeddings, which provide a nice context for generalizing Coxeter group combinatorics to certain kinds of involutions or “clans.” I also have joint work in progress on Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials. Below are links to some of my papers.


I wouldn’t have made it this far in math without enjoying the pleasure of teaching and sharing knowledge. I have taught the following courses as lead instructor, and many more as recitation/lab instructor:

MATH/CMPS 2170 – Intro to Discrete Math (Spring 2021, 37 students)

MATH/CMPS 2170 – Intro to Discrete Math (Fall 2020, 36 students)

MATH 1230 – Statistics for Scientists (Fall 2019, 66 students)

MATH 1110 – Probability and Statistics (Summer 2017, 25 students)

MATH 1160 – Long Calculus II (Spring 2017, 8 students)

Some of my favorite teaching experiences have been with the fantastic and unique Center for Academic Equity at Tulane University. I was an instructor for their NTC Summer Experience twice and have also led Calculus workshops for students affiliated with the Center during the semester.