Office: 582 Malott Hall, Cornell University
I am an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department at Cornell University.
Before coming to Cornell, I was a Simons Instructor (research postdoc) in the math department at Stony Brook University. I received my PhD from Stanford University in 2018 under the direction of Maryam Mirzakhani and Alex Wright.
My research interests include Teichmüller theory, translation surfaces, random surfaces, moduli spaces, hyperbolic geometry, dynamics, and ergodic theory. And I like talking about an even broader range of topics...
Salt Falt: Research Community in Teichmuller dynamics, Salt Lake City, January 2023
- (with J. Sapir) Simple vs non-simple loops on
random regular graphs [arxiv]
- Measure bound for translation surfaces with short saddle connections. [arxiv]
Geometric and Functional Analysis, to appear.
- (with J. Sapir) Coarse density of subsets of moduli space. [journal | arxiv]
Annales de l'Institut Fourier, 71 (2021) no. 3, 1121-1134.
- Convergence of Siegel-Veech constants. [journal |
Geometriae Dedicata, 198 (2019), 131-142.
- Closed geodesics on surfaces. [ journal | pdf]
Snapshots of modern mathematics from Oberwolfach, 13 (2022).
Videos of Talks
- June 2020 talk on "Translation surfaces with multiple short saddle connections": Part 1, Part 2, for "Nearly Carbon Neutral Geometric Topology Conference"
Current Cornell Teaching
Past Cornell Teaching
- 2022 Fall - Math 2210: Linear Algebra
Past Stony Brook Teaching