I received my Ph.D. in Mathematics from Yale University in 2019. I am fortunate to have had Professors Gregory Margulis (Yale University) and Emmanuel Breuillard (University of Cambridge) as advisers.
I am primarily interested in Lie groups, their discrete subgroups, algebraic groups, and arithmetic groups; I enjoy learning about their connections to pretty much any other topic (click here for more details).
Previously, I received an M.S. in Computational & Mathematical Engineering at Stanford University (with a short stint in the Mechanical Engineering Department), focusing mostly on probability theory. Even earlier, I received an M.S. in Aerospace Engineering (with a focus on Plasma Physics) and a Diplôme d’Ingénieur at Ecole Centrale Paris, where I studied Plasma Assisted Combustion.
|2019||Transformation Groups (to appear)||Uniform Kazhdan Constants and Paradoxes of the Affine Plane||arXiv|
In Spring 2020, I am teaching Math 110b (Introduction to Real Analysis, Part 2) and Math 224b (Lie Groups).
Books and Translations
I enjoy translating and giving a new breath of life to old French mathematics classics by translating them into English. Click here for more information.
|1969||Published by the American Mathematical Society, edited by Dave Witte Morris||Armand Borel||Introduction to Arithmetic Groups||AMS Bookstore|