**Code for the paper 'Weyl group q-Kreweras numbers and cyclic sieving' (with Vic Reiner).**

This Python code (which makes use of the polynomial functionality from SAGE, so must be run in SAGE) verifies in most cases in the exceptional groups that the q-Kreweras polynomials have nonnegative coefficients. It uses a lemma from a paper of Krattenthaller-Müller entitled 'Cyclic Sieving for Generalised Non-Crossing Partitions Associated with Complex Reflection Groups of Exceptional Type -- The Details'.

From 2012-2014, I worked as a program officer at the National Science Foundation in the Algebra and Number Theory program in the Division of Mathematical Sciences (DMS). I'm happy to answer questions from the community, either about the proposal process or my experience serving as a program officer.

Here are some slides from a department presentation in Fall 2014 on the NSF proposal process, specificially as it relates to submitting a proposal to DMS. These slides represent solely my own thoughts on the process and since the process does evolve, some of the observations may not still be relevant. Of most interest, even to experienced PIs, may be the second link on the first slide: Submitting a proposal to DMS.