About Me

I’m a graduate student, studying mathematics at the University of Connecticut. My advisor is Fabrice Baudoin.

My interest is primarily in differential geometry; most recently I’ve been studying sub-Riemannian manifolds, Sasakian and contact geometry, as well as Morse theory.

Attended Conferences

  • Geometry and Singular Analysis, 19-23 February 2018, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, DE
  • Midwest Geometry Conference, 17-19 November 2017, Kansas State University, Manhattan KS

Talks

  • Sasakian and Kahler Manifolds 2, Complex Geometry Seminar, 20 April, 2018, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT
  • Sasakian and Kahler Manifolds 1, Complex Geometry Seminar, 23 March, 2018, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT
  • Witten’s Proof of the Morse Inequalities, Qualifying Examination, 1 December 2017, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT
  • A Brief Introduction to Morse Theory, Analysis Learning Seminar, 27 October 2017 , University of Connecticut, Storrs CT
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