Last modified on Jun 12, 2024
I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia. My mentors are Jim Bryan, Kalle Karu and Zinovy Reichstein. I will move to the University of Southern California in Aug 2024. I received my PhD at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor in Apr 2022. My thesis advisor is Michael Zieve and my coadvisor is Jeffrey Lagarias. I am interested in the interface of algebraic geometry, number theory and combinatorics. Among other things, I have worked on arithmetic statistics, moduli spaces, discrete random matrix theory, partitions, random permutations, Diophantine equations and arithmetic dynamics. Here are my CV and my research statement as of Nov 2023. 

Seminars 


Preprints and Publications 


Invited Talks (upcoming and past) 


Thesis 

Topics on Polynomial Equations in Noncommutative Rings and Motivic Aspects of Moduli Spaces. thesis pdf, defense slides, defense video on Youtube A thesis template (Rackham 2022) based on a Rackham 2021 template developed by Angus Chung and Eamon QuinlanGallego, with updates according to the changes of requirements of the Rackham Graduate School in 2022. 
Mentoring 


Outreach 


Contributed Talks (upcoming and past) 

This list consists of my talks at local seminars.

Teaching 

I am currently (Winter 2024) teaching multivariable calculus (MATH 200) at UBC. If you are a student, check the Canvas page. At the University of Michigan, I previously taught MATH 105: Data, Functions and Graphs, MATH 115: Calculus I, MATH 116: Calculus II and EECS 203: Discrete Mathematics. 
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