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I am a 5th year graduate student in the Department of Mathematics at Stanford University. My advisor is András Vasy. My research interests include microlocal analysis, PDEs, scattering theory, and the foundations of quantum field theory.

I am not teaching at all this quarter, but you can see a description of what I have taught here. I have worked (and plan to continue to work) with Stanford's Educational Program for Gifted Youth while here, designing and teaching courses for gifted middle school and high school students from a diverse array of backgrounds. For more on this, please see my teaching page.


I am currently co-organizing the Stanford Student Geometry and Analysis seminar with Otis Chodosh. A schedule of talks is available here. The seminar is meant for graduate students and postdocs, and talks can be about basically anything within analysis and geometry. Please contact me if you're interested in giving a talk or otherwise interested in the seminar!


A normal form around a Lagrangian submanifold of radial points, 14 pages, preprint, 2012.

Propagation of singularities around a Lagrangian submanifold of radial points, joint work with András Vasy, 39 pages, preprint, 2011.