I am a Gibbs Assistant Professor in the math department at Yale University. In Spring 2019, I was a member of the program "Birational Geometry and Moduli Spaces" at MSRI. In June 2017, I received my Ph.D. from Princeton University under the supervision of Professor János Kollár.
For the academic year 2020--2021, I will be a Visiting Assistant Professor at Princeton University. Starting from Fall 2021, I will be a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor at Northwestern University.
Together with Ivan Losev and Kalina Mincheva, I am co-organizing the Yale Algebraic and Tropical Geometry Seminar. We are also co-organizing the BATMOBYLE with organizers from Brown University.
My research is partially supported by NSF Grant DMS-2001317.
Algebraic geometry -- Fano varieties, K-stability, normalized volumes, moduli spaces, and Brody hyperbolicity.
At Yale
Spring 2020: Discrete Mathematics (MATH 244)
Fall 2019: Linear Algebra with Applications (MATH 222)
Fall 2019: Foundations of Algebraic Geometry (MATH 619)
Fall 2018: Reading Course on Algebraic Surfaces
Spring 2018: Reflection Groups (MATH 235)
Fall 2017: Linear Algebra with Applications (MATH 222)
Fall 2017: Foundations of Algebraic Geometry (MATH 619)
At Princeton
Spring 2016: Linear Algebra with Applications (MAT 202)