Office: Huxley 656
I am a Research Associate in the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College.
I received my PhD from Harvard University, where my advisor was Mark Kisin. Previously, I was a post-doc at Brandeis University.
My research interests are in number theory. Each of my research projects has applied tools from representation theory, algebraic geometry, and/or homotopical algebra. I especially like to think about moduli spaces and deformation theory of objects of interest in number theory.
Professional information and activities
CV, as of September 2018. [pdf]
In autumn 2018, I am co-organizing the London Number Theory Seminar with Ana Caraiani and Chris Williams. [webpage]
In summer 2018, I supervised the mathematical explorations of two undergraduates through Imperial's UROP program.
Travel schedule. [schedule]
In autumn term 2017, I co-organized the London Number Theory Seminar with Martin Orr and Jean-Stefan Koskivirta. [webpage]
In academic year 2015-2016, I co-organized the Brandeis Everytopic Seminar with Arunima Ray. [website]
I was responsible for leading 11 courses for Brandeis University undergraduate and postgraduate students, and also led 2 sections of calculus courses at Harvard University. [websites]
In January 2010, I led a 10-session short course for non-mathematicians interested in learning why and how mathematicians do mathematics. [website]