About Me

I am a 5th year graduate student in mathematics, supervised by David Ayala and Ryan Grady. In Spring 2020, I will be eating croissants in France, aka visiting Damien Calaque at IMAG, University of Montpellier.

I am interested in algebraic topology, and draw inspiration from the interaction with physics. Some notions that I have been thinking a bit about lately include operads, factorization algebras, stratified spaces, quantum field theories with boundary, and Koszul duality. I also have interests in computational topology, and have enjoyed working on some projects within the realm of topological data analysis.

Apart from mathematics, I particularly enjoy running in the mountains, as well as other forms of existing in nature.