**I am a postdoc** in Mathematics at the University of Michigan. I was previously a member of the Group for Algebra and Representation Theory, and the Graduiertenkolleg: "Cohomological Methods in Geometry" of the
Mathematics Institute at the University of Freiburg.

**I am interested ** in the representation theory of real and complex Lie groups. I study representation theoretical questions through geometric methods, such as D-modules. I also enjoy related problems in Koszul duality.

**I am a postdoc** in Mathematics at the University of Michigan. I was previously a member of the Group for Algebra and Representation Theory, and the Graduiertenkolleg: "Cohomological Methods in Geometry" of the
Mathematics Institute at the University of Freiburg.

**I am interested ** in the representation theory of real and complex Lie groups. I study representation theoretical questions through geometric methods, such as D-modules. I also enjoy related problems in Koszul duality.

**Curriculum Vitae,** updated Sept. 2013

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We organized a

Seminar and

Summer school about the geometric Langlands program in summer 2012.

**Currently, I am** teaching two sections of Math 217: Linear Algebra. This course includes an introduction to proof writing and is a gateway course for math majors to the upper level math classes at the University of Michigan. Students enrolled in my sections can find their course materials on CTools, and the WebWorks assignments here.

### Current: Fall Semester 2013

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