I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Mathematics at UC Davis, working under Motohico Mulase. My research interests include quantum topological invariants, moduli of Higgs bundles, and quantization.
My bachelors degree is in both math and physics and from Georgetown University, in Washington, DC. Marcos Rigol was my senior thesis adviser. Between degrees I worked as a systems and infrastructure engineer at a tech company for a couple years. (The company has since been acquired by Oracle.)
Besides my graduate work, I am a wilderness guide for the Outdoor Adventure program at Davis.
Notes & Projects
- Visible Graphs
- Exploring the connection between planar graphs and projections of embedded convex polyhedra. This was my final project for an Experimental Mathematics course offered spring 2017 at UC Davis.
Instructor of Record:
- Summer 2018: Differential Equations (MAT-022B)
- Fall 2019: Calculus (MAT-021B)
- Fall 2018: Computers and Mathematics (MAT-165)
- Spring 2018: Differential Equations (MAT-022B)
- Winter 2018: Vector Analysis (MAT-021D)
- Fall 2017: Calculus (MAT-021A)
- Spring 2017: Vector Analysis (MAT-021D)
- Winter 2017: Vector Analysis (MAT-021D)
- Fall 2016: Vector Analysis (MAT-021D)
- President of the Galois Group: Ran the student association for UC Davis math and applied math graduate students. (Summer 2018 to Spring 2020)
- Exam Accommodations TA: Organized exams for students allotted extra time on in-class assessments. (Fall 2018, Winter 2019)