My research interests lie in algebraic and tropical geometry.
In Fall 2020 joined Tulane University's Mathematics Department as an Assistant Professor. Previously, I was a Gibbs Assistant Professor at Yale University working with Sam Payne. In Spring 2018 I was visiting the Mittag-Leffler Institute. During May 2018 I was at Warwick University.
I received my PhD from the Johns Hopkins University under the supervision of Caterina Consani and Jack Morava. In 2010 I obtained a MSc in at the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary with a topic in group theory under the supervision of Pál Hegedűs.
Together with Mahir Can and Tài Huy Hà, I organize the weekly algebra and combinatorics seminar. We meet on Wednesday afternoons at 3PM.
Together with Mahir Can and Tài Huy Hà and Rafał Komendarczyk I organize the weekly Algebraic Geometry and Geometric Topology Seminar seminar. We meet on Monday afternoons at 3PM.
Together with group of amazing mathematicians I will be co-organizing the annual Math For All conference.
This semester I will be teaching Math 7760 Introduction to Tropical Geometry.
You can find a copy of my CV here.
Gibson Hall 409
New Orleans, LA