I am a 4th year PhD candidate in the mathematics department at Emory University.
My advisors are David Zureick-Brown and John Voight.
My research interests lie broadly in number theory and arithmetic geometry. I am particularly interested in arithmetic statistics,
the study of the distribution of arithmetic objects such as primes, Frobenius, elliptic curves, and rational points on moduli spaces.
Published Articles
- Frobenius distributions of low dimensional abelian varieties over
finite fields, with Deewang Bhamidipati and Soumya Sankar.
(Accepted at
IMRN ,
arXiv
2306.02237,
code)
Teaching and Mentoring
- I was a reading group leader at the Arizona Winter School 2024.
- I was a problem set leader at the Preliminary Arizona Winter School course on Abelian varieties over finite fields.
- Instructor of record for Math 111: Calculus 1. (Emory, Fall 2022)
- Instructor of record for Math 111: Calculus 1. (Emory, Fall 2023)
- TWOPLES directed reading program.
- Fall 2023: I mentored Sergio Maciel. We read about sheaf cohomology, mainly following Vakil's book and Hartshorne.
- Fall 2020: I mentored Leonardo Méndez and Camilo Martinez. We read about algebraic number theory, following Milne's notes.