I’m a PhD student in Mathematics at Brown University. I’m fortunate to be advised by Melody Chan.
My research interests sit in the intersection of algebraic geometry, combinatorics and topology. More specifically, I think about matroids, Schubert calculus, enumerative geometry, moduli spaces of curves and their combinatorics induced by tropical geometry.
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.
I also enjoy computing and AI, and worked at Google Research.
Here are my CV, Google Scholar, and Email.
I felt at home and had tons of fun at Mathcamp 2018 and 2019.
See below for notes of classes I taught.