About Me

I'm an assistant professor at the University of Southern California. I work on problems in representation theory, geometry, and combinatorics that are informed by theoretical physics, and am supported by NSF CAREER grant DMS-2143922.


Papers and preprints:

Expository writing:

  • Notes on derived categories as higher categories. (link)


In Spring 2023 I am teaching both sections of MATH 430 "Theory of Numbers". Course information and communications are available through Blackboard.

Other Stuff

I was previously a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Quantum Mathematics and Physics at UC Davis. Before that I was supported by NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship DMS-1502845 at the University of Texas at Austin.
I organize the annual Los Angeles Workshop on Representations and Geometry (LAWRGe). The 2024 workshop will be announced soon, and you can find information about previous workshops here: 2022, 2023.
I like playing music, and as an undergraduate I studied classical guitar at the UT Austin School of Music.
I previously worked on machine learning and perception algorithms for self-driving cars as a research consultant for Helm.ai.
You can find more detailed biographical information in my CV.

Contact Me

University of Southern California
Department of Mathematics
KAP 424B
3620 S. Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90089