Research: My current research focuses on the development and application of combinatorial methods in algebraic geometry, especially through connections to tropical geometry and nonarchimedean analytic spaces. My preprints are available on the arXiv and Google Scholar.

Teaching: In Spring 2018, I am teaching Math 480, a senior seminar course on algebraic geometry. In Fall 2017, I taught a graduate course on tropical scheme theory, with Kalina Mincheva. We posted lecture notes, for those who might be interested. Information on my past teaching is available here.

Undergraduate research: I serve as director of SUMRY, an intensive summer research program in mathematics for Yale undergraduates.

Seminar: Together with Asher Auel, Max Kutler, Yuchen Liu, and Kalina Mincheva, I organize a weekly seminar on algebraic and tropical geometry. We meet on Thursday afternoons in 431 DL.

Slides and videos from selected talks.

Information on letters of recommendation.

My work is partially supported by NSF DMS–1702428.