I am a Marshall H. Stone Visiting Assistant Professor at the Mathematics and Statistics Department of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
If you are looking for the mathematician who got a PhD at the University of Minnesota, under the supervision of Vic Reiner and was a postdoc at IRIF working with Guillaume Chapuy, you have found me! You can call me 'Theo'.
I was in the job market during the Fall of 2019. If you are interested in my work, check out my (now slightly outdated) research statement.
If you are looking for my cousin, the physicist Theodosios G. Douvropoulos, you should look here.
I enjoy thinking about combinatorial phenomena that have generalizations in the world of reflection groups; what is usually called, Coxeter Combinatorics. This is a diverse world, whose residents -the complex reflection groups- albeit objects easy to grasp, can nonetheless reveal deep connections between algebraic, topological and geometric concepts.