About

I am a second-year PhD student in mathematics at Princeton University. My interests are in discrete math, particularly graph theory, combinatorics, and optimization. I am advised by Maria Chudnovsky. My current research focuses on problems in structural graph theory. Links to my papers and preprints can be found on my Research page.

I graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2019 with bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and applied mathematics and a master’s degree in applied mathematics. I did my research and thesis on the combinatorial properties of the Laplacian eigenvalues of cographs.

Outside of math, I enjoy writing short stories, traveling, playing board games, and making vegan food with my wonderful co-op. While I was in college, I was an artist-in-residence at Crater Lake National Park, studied abroad in Strasbourg, France, and worked as a mathematics researcher in the U.K.