About Me 
I am a postdoc in the stochastics group at the University of Utah. I earned my Ph.D. in Mathematics in 2016 at the University of Wisconsin  Madison under the supervision of Benedek Valkó. I organize the University of Utah Stochastics Seminar. In the fall, I will be joining the department of mathematics at Purdue University.
My research interests are currently focused on infinite volume directed polymers, geodesics in percolation, and on stochastic partial differential equations.

Outreach 
Along with Alla Borisyuk and Thomas Polstra, I am one of the organizers of the University of Utah Math Circle. Math circle is a program designed to introduce elementary, middle, and high school students to deeper kinds of mathematical thinking than are typically encountered in the classroom and to show them how math can be a fun, creative, and collaborative activity.
