I am a third year PhD candidate at University of Michigan. My advisor is Mircea Mustaţǎ. Before that, I was an undergraduate student at UCLA. I am interested in algebraic geometry. Specifically, I like to think about Hodge modules and their applications to the study of singularities. Some of the topics I have found most interesting are Hodge Ideals, (generalized) V-filtrations and their interaction with the Hodge filtration of Hodge modules, and Bernstein-Sato polynomials.
I am always interested to learn more about the above topics. Some other topics which I would like to learn more about include perverse sheaves, singularities in the minimal model program, and the du Bois complex. Please contact me if you would like to chat. You can find my CV here.
At UCLA, I was a mentor in the LA Math Circle. I have also acted as a mentor in the Michigan Mathematics DRP, though the project was interrupted due to COVID.