Welcome to my website! I’m a fourth year math PhD student at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. My advisor is Richard Rimanyi. I graduated from University of Texas at Austin in May 2021, with a Bachelor of Science in Math and Physics. My research interests are neighborhoods of algebraic geometry, high energy mathematical physics (especially mirror symmetry, QFT/TQFT, and string theory), and geometric representation theory. Nowadays I am specifically thinking about: Geometry of bow varieties, Thom polynomials and their generalizations, and vertex functions on quiver varieties. Warning: This list is highly volatile.

When I’m not doing math, I enjoy working out (running/weightlifting), slowly learning guitar, and creating lists that obey the rule of three.

For a complete list of talks and conferences, see my CV.

### Talks given (In an epsilon neighborhood of today):

**Algebraic Topology of Configuration Spaces –** TBD, jGMRT @ UNC-CH.

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**Stable Envelopes for T*P^n – **September 2023, Stable Envelopes Seminar @ UNC-CH.

**Cohomology ring of the full flag variety – **August 2023, jGMRT @ UNC-CH.

**27 Lines via Equivariant Localization – **April 2023, Equivariant Cohomology Seminar @ UNC-CH.

### Conferences attended (In an epsilon neighborhood of today):

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**Geometric Representation Theory and Moduli Spaces – **Nov 2023, UNC-CH