Office: Math Tower, 3-106
I'm a fourth year graduate student at Stony Brook University studying problems related to the stability of the Positive Mass Theorem and intrinsic flat convergence. My advisor is Marcus Khuri.
I grew up just outside of Washington, DC and was briefly involved in local politics before switching my interests to economics, then settled on mathematics. I completed my undergraduate degree at the College of William and Mary and wrote my undergraduate thesis on a numerical analysis solution to problem in differential equations. At Stony Brook, I initially studied complex geometry and Hörmander-type theorems before switching to Riemannian geometry.