I am Benjamin Peirce fellow at Harvard University. During the academic year 2019-2020, I was a postdoctoral assistant at the University of Basel in the research group of Pierre Le Boudec. During the academic year 2018-2019 I was a Boas Assistant Professor at Northwestern University working with Laura DeMarco. I got my PhD from the University of British Columbia UBC under the supervision of Dragos Ghioca.

My research interests include Number Theory, Arithmetic Geometry and Arithmetic Dynamics. More spicifically, my primary motivation stems from a recuring phenomenon in Arithmetic geometry called `unlikely intersections' and the rich interplay between questions therein and the study of dynamical systems. This has led me to the study of height functions and arithmetic equidistribution theorems for Galois orbits of their `small points'.

Contact information:

Department of Mathematics

Harvard University

1 Oxford Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

Email Address :

**C.V.**

Collaborators: Laura DeMarco, Dragos Ghioca, Avinash
Kulkarni,
Pierre Le Boudec,
Khoa Nguyen, Hexi Ye

Past teaching (at Harvard University)

**Math 122: Abstract algebra**

Past teaching (at the University of Basel)

**Complex Analysis - exercise classes**

**Linear Algebra - exercise classes**

Past teaching (at Northwestern)

**MATH 230, Differential Calculus of Multivariable Functions**

**MATH 224, Integral Calculus of One-Variable Functions**

Past teaching (at UBC)