I am a second year graduate student at Berkeley advised by Robin Tucker-Drob and Ted Slaman. My main interests are primarily in Borel and measureable dynamics motivated by my past studies in combinatorics and descriptive set theory. Lately, I have been reading *Topics in Orbit Equivalence* and *Gromov Hyperbolic Spaces*.

I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2021. During undergrad, I had the oppertunity to participate in the UC Santa Barbara REU and the Duluth Combinatorics REU. In summer 2021, I was a visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig, Germany.

I am grateful for the support of an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and a department graduate research fellowship. My email is my first name at Berkeley dot edu. My CV can be found here.

- With M. Brandenburg, C. Meroni, and I. Shankar. Intersection Bodies of Polytopes,
*Contributions to Algebra and Geometry*(2022). - Restricted stacks as functions,
*Discrete Mathematics*(2021). - Distance sequences of locally infinite primitive graphs,
*Preprint.* - With M. Almora, Z. Avetisyan, I. Martin, K. Yang, G. Rakholia, H. Zhang, Z. Zhao Analysis on almost Abelian Lie groups: Groups, subgroups, and quotients
*Preprint.*

- In Summer 2021, I conducted research in the Nonlinear Algebra group at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig, Germany. I was advised by Dr. Bernd Sturmfels.
- In Summer 2020 I conducted research in combinatorics the REU program at University of Minnesota Duluth, run by Dr. Joe Gallian. I was advised by Colin Defant.
- In Fall 2019 I conducted research in graph Theory advised by Dr. Wes Pegden.
- In Summer 2019 I conducted research in Lie theory at the REU program at UCSB. I was advised by Dr. Zhirayr Avetisyan.

- In Fall 2022, I am a graduate student instructor for MATH 54: Linear Algebra and Differential Equations.
- In Fall 2021, I was a graduate student instructor for MUSA 74: Transition to Upper-Division Mathematics.

- In Spring 2020, I was a teaching assistant and recitation instructor for 21-127: Concepts of Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University. The course covered basic logic, set theory, proof techniques, cardinality, functions, combinatorics, probability, and elementary number theory.
- In Summer 2019, I was a teaching assistant for 33-106: Physics I for Engineering Students.

- In Fall 2021, I was a mentor for Berkeley's directed reading program. I mentored an undergraduate student through reading Yufei Zhao's notes on Graph Theory and Additive Combinatorics and Richard Stanley's Book
*Algebraic Combinatorics*.

I grew up in Fresno, CA. Other than math, my hobbies include board games, bouldering, painting, and clarinet. I have two bunnies whom I love very much.