I am an NSF Postdoc and a Humboldt Research Fellow in mathematics at the University of Hamburg, hosted by Reinhard Diestel. I received my PhD in applied and computational mathematics from Princeton University in 2023, where I was advised by Maria Chudnovsky. My PhD thesis was in structural graph theory; here is a video I made explaining my thesis research using everyday language.

I’m interested in graph theory, algorithms, combinatorics, and, more broadly, discrete mathematics and its applications. Check out my research for more details! I’m also excited about the intersection of mathematics and social impact. I’m currently co-organizing the Mathematics for Humanity Learning Seminar, which explores different ways that mathematics can benefit humanity.

Outside of math, I enjoy climbing, aerial arts, writing, and building communities around shared values.