I’m a PhD candidate in Mathematics at Brown University. I’m fortunate to be advised by Melody Chan.
Prior to Brown, I was at Yale University and Harvey Mudd College, doing math and (an excessive amount of) music. My undergrad thesis work was advised by Dagan Karp.
My research interest is in combinatorial algebraic geometry. More specifically, I think about K-theory, Hodge structures and intersection theory of moduli spaces of curves, geometric models and invariants of matroids, and applications of algebraic geometry to combinatorics.
I also enjoy computing and AI, and worked at Google Research.
Here are my Curriculum Vitae, Google Scholar, arXiv and Email.
I felt at home and had tons of fun at Mathcamp 2018 and 2019.
See below for notes of classes I taught.