I am an applied mathematician focusing on using tools from algebraic topology and spectral graph theory to understand and design networks and systems. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May 2020 with a PhD in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science, under the direction of Robert Ghrist. Beginning in August 2020 I will be a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Ohio State University, as part of the Topological and Geometric Data Analysis group.
|Jul 17, 2020||My PhD thesis is now available on my papers page.|
|Oct 16, 2019||A preliminary Julia package for learning sheaves from data is now available: SheafLearning.jl. Give it a try!|
|Aug 16, 2019||Toward a Spectral Theory of Cellular Sheaves will appear in the Journal of Applied and Computational Topology. An updated version is now on my papers page.|
|May 1, 2019||I am giving a presentation in the 2019 SIAM Workshop on Network Science about ways that cellular sheaves may find use in the study of networked systems. My abstract is here.|
|Aug 4, 2018||A preprint discussing my research is now available on the ArXiv.|