Hi, Welcome!

I am an Assistant Professor at Syracuse University.

I primarily work in convex geometry. I am particularly interested in solving Monge-Ampère type equations that come from a geometric background. I am also interested in sharp isoperimetric inequalities (geometric or functional), and most recently the interplay between isoperimetric inequalities and Monge-Ampère type equations.

I am supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation:

  • NSF CAREER DMS-2337630, 06/2024—05/2029
  • NSF DMS-2132330 (transferred from DMS-2002778), 06/2020—05/2024

Before coming to SU, I was a C.L.E. Moore Instructor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. My mentor was Professor David Jerison.

I was briefly at St. John’s University as a full-time contract faculty at the rank of Assistant Professor.

I graduated with a Ph.D. in Mathematics from New York University in May, 2017. My dissertation advisors were: Professor Erwin Lutwak, Professor Deane Yang, and Professor Gaoyong Zhang. I am in great debt to them for the many lessons (both academic and non-academic) they taught me.