Starting in the Fall of 2023, I will join The Ohio State University as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics.

I'm currently a Benjamin Peirce Fellow in Mathematics at Harvard University. Previously, I was an Olga Taussky & John Todd Instructor at Caltech in 2019-2020. I received my PhD in Mathematics from MIT in 2019; my advisor is Alexei Borodin.

My research interests are in Random Matrices, Random Partitions, Asymptotic Representation Theory, and Algebraic Combinatorics (multivariate special functions).

My CV is here.


Ph.D, Mathematics, MIT, 2019.
B.Sc, Mathematics with Computer Science, MIT, 2014.

Coauthors: Josh Alman, Florent Benaych-Georges, Maciej Dolega, Vadim Gorin, Jiaoyang Huang, Alexander Moll, Grigori Olshanski.


Dept. of Mathematics, Harvard University
1 Oxford Street
Science Center, room 237
Cambridge, MA 02138, USA