My research interests are in representation theory and integrable systems and their applications to probability and random matrices. My papers are on my research page.
Before Columbia, I received my Ph.D. in mathematics from MIT, advised by Pavel Etingof. I completed my undergraduate studies in mathematics and economics at Harvard, advised by Dennis Gaitsgory, and spent a year studying mathematics at Cambridge supported by the Churchill Scholarship.
Ph.D., Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016.
M.A.St., Mathematics with distinction, University of Cambridge, 2011.
A.M., Mathematics, Harvard University, 2010.
A.B., Mathematics with secondary field in Economics, Harvard University, 2010.
Summer School: Dyson-Schwinger equations, topological expansions, and random matrices (Summer 2017)
Columbia Informal Mathematical Physics Seminar (ongoing)
Columbia Probability Seminar (ongoing)
NYC Integrable Probability Working Group (ongoing)
Reading course on quantum cohomology (2016)
Learning seminar on interacting particle systems (2012-2013)
Department of Mathematics
New York, NY 10027