**Research:**

I am graduate student at the University of Utah working under the supervision of
Tommaso de Fernex . My research areas are algebraic geometry,
tropical mathematics, valuation theory, and Berkovich spaces. More specifically, I use techniques from birational geometry and
algebraic topology to study the homotopy type of Berkovich spaces. I am also interested in tropical geometry and its interaction with
Berkovich spaces.

I received my M.Sc. from Sharif University of Technology and got some taste of number theory, central simple algebra, and tropical geometry.
Here is my CV .

**Teaching:**

Summer 2017: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra (2250-001) Syllabus Feedback

Spring 2017: Calculus III (2210-003). Syllabus Feedback

Summer 2016: Calculus II (1220-003).

Spring 2016: TA for Calculus II (1220-003) taught by Nathan Smale.

Fall 2015: Calculus I (1210-001).

Summer 2015: Trigonometry (1060-003).

Fall 2014: Calculus I (1210-008).

Fall 2013: Trigonometry (1060-002).

Spring 2013: College Algebra (1090-003).

Fall 2012: Quantitative Analysis (1100-005).