
About Me
I am a Ph.D. student in Mathematics at Georgia Tech, where I earned my undergraduate degree in mathematics in 2019. My research interests are in graph theory and theoretical computer science, particularly extremal/probabilistic graph colorings and descriptive combinatorics. I am fortunate to be advised by Anton Bernshteyn. Aside from math, I enjoy hiking/backpacking, tennis, writing, and HEMA fencing.
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Current Teaching (Spring 2023)
TA for Math 3012 Applied Combinatorics (Sec H, J, L)
Recitation Times: T 5:006:15 (H, J), T 6:30  7:45 (L)
Location: Skiles 249
Office Hours: Th 2:00  5:00 in Clough 280