I am an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University in mathematics. I received my Ph.D at Stanford University under the direction of Yakov Eliashberg in 2017.
More details can be found in my
CV.
Research interests.
I work in symplectic topology, a field of math with close connections to smooth topology, algebraic geometry, homological algebra, and mathematical physics.
My research focuses on
flexibility and rigidity phenomena in symplectic topology,
symplectic Morse theory and applications to the
Fukaya category, and
symplectic interpretations of results in
algebraic K-theory and homologial algebra.