I’ve been pretty busy lately with writing and researching with visitors. These announcements serve as a quick summary of what I’ve been up to:

1. Tables of the existence of equiangular tight frames (with Matthew Fickus). Today, there’s quite a bit known about equiangular tight frames (ETFs), but what is known seems to be scattered across different papers. This paper surveys everything that is known, and tabulates all of the known real and complex ETFs with sufficiently few vectors in sufficiently small dimension. The tables were generated by coding up existence theorems in MATLAB so as to minimize errors. This serves as a “solution” to problem 21 in this documentation of the open problems discussed at the AIM workshop Frame theory intersects geometry. Recently, Matt and I have made a few ETF discoveries with John and Jesse, so you can expect this table to be updated after we announce these discoveries in the coming months.