
My permanent (and uptodate) webpage.
I received my PhD in 2019 under my advisor Professor Denis Auroux. My interests lie in symplectic geometry, specifically mirror symmetry. Starting Fall 2019, I will be a postdoc at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University.
Here is my CV.
Mathematics
Teaching and Mentoring
Resources
 The Noetherian Ring  Women in the Math department at UC Berkeley
 Test taking tips (Cambridge) // recalibrate (UC Berkeley)
 MIT OpenCourseWare // SFSUColombia combinatorics initiative  free online course materials
 For undergraduates
 Conferences, travel grants, and programs  Joint Math Meetings, AMS Travel Grants,
AWM, Berkeley conference travel grant,
MSRIUP, IASWAM, EDGE, AAUW, SACNAS conference, CAARMS,
USTARS, Georgia Tech topology conference, SCHMS, PUMP,
Mathcamp, BEAM, EYH, Spectra
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