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Welcome to my webpage! I'm a mathematics graduate student at U.C Berkeley. My advisor is Michael Hutchings. I'm a recipient of the NSF fellowship, the U.C. Chancellor's fellowship, and the Rose Hills Foundation fellowship. I like symplectic and contact topology, 3/4-manifolds and gauge theory, with the unifying theme being the many flavors of Floer theory (Heegaard, Instanton, Monopole, etc..). However, currently I'm working on computational methods for symplectic capacities, which is related but different.

Here are links to my friends' websites: Kyle Miller (see in particular this), Eugene Rabinovich

In Fall 2017, I running a Gauge Theory Seminar and running a section of Math 54.

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Note: These are some serious and not so serious open problems that I think are interesting.