I am a sixth-year graduate student in mathematics at the University of Michigan, where my advisor is Dick Canary. I expect to receive my PhD this academic year and am currently applying for research postdocs. I was previously an undergraduate at Princeton University, graduating in 2014.
[pdf] Curriculum Vitæ (last updated December 2019)
I am broadly interested in geometric topology, with a particular interest in geometric structures and geometric group theory. My work falls in the broad area of higher Teichmüller theory, with a current focus on Anosov representations and their possible generalizations; I also think about convex projective geometry, both as a concrete example of / in the more general theory and as a useful geometric tool.
A longer description is available as a [pdf] Research Statement (October 2019)
In addition, I am (mildly skeptical but) curious about and interested in potential applications of geometric and topological ideas in machine learning and artifical intelligence
Papers / preprints
- Relatively dominated representations. Preprint. arXiv: 1912.13152.
- Ergodicity and equidistribution in Hilbert geometry. In preparation.
4084 East Hall
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University of Michigan, 2074 East Hall, 530 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043