## About Me:

I am a 3rd year mathematics PhD student at Columbia University, advised by Ivan Corwin. My research mainly focuses on interacting particle systems and their scaling limits to solutions of stochastic partial differential equations. I am supported by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship under Grant No. DGE-1644869.

## Contact Information:

Email Adress: hindy.drillick at columbia.edu

## Teaching:

- Spring 2022: Random Walks and the Heat Equation (MATH UN3952)
- Fall 2020: Teaching assistant for Calculus 1 (MATHUN1101)

## Seminars:

- Spring 2021: Student Probability Seminar
- Fall 2020: Michael Zhao Memorial Student Colloquium
- Spring 2020: Michael Zhao Memorial Student Colloquium

## Preprints:

- Hydrodynamics of the t-PNG model via a colored t-PNG model (with Yier Lin), 2022, [arXiv:2204.11158]
- Non-rigid rank-one infinite measures on the circle (with Alonso Espinosa-Dominguez, Jennifer N. Jones-Baro, James Leng, Yelena Mandelshtam, and Cesar E. Silva), 2018, [arXiv:1810.11095]

## Publications:

- Falconer's (K,d) distance set conjecture can fail for strictly convex sets K in R^d (with Christopher J. Bishop and Dimitrios Ntalampekos), Rev. Mat. Iberoam. 37 (2021), no. 5, 1953-1968, [Published version], [Preprint]
- Every planar set has a conformally removable subset with the same Hausdorff dimension. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 149 (2021), 787-791, [Published version], [arXiv:1912.00301]