About me

I am an NSF postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Utah. In 2019, I received my PhD at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where my advisors were Lucho Avramov and Mark Walker. My research interests are primarily in the homological aspects of commutative algebra. I enjoy thinking about theories of support, structures on resolutions, triangulated categories and relations between commutative algebra and other areas like representation theory and topology. At Utah, I discuss maths with my postdoc mentor Srikanth Iyengar and the rest of Utah CA community.

Here's a little bit more about me: I spent most of my formative years in the San Francisco bay area and near Seattle. I have also spent a good deal of time in Nebraska and Oregon, while pursuing my PhD. Some of my hobbies are biking, hiking, rock climbing, and cat-time.

I am very much looking forward to starting my tenure track job at Syracuse University in Fall 2023!

My preferred pronouns are he/him/his