About MeI am a second-year graduate student in the Mathematics department at UC Berkeley. I am studying Arakelov geometry under the supervision of Xinyi Yuan. Previously, I was an undergraduate at Princeton University. While at Princeton, I completed a senior thesis that was advised by Professor Chris Skinner. In Fall 2016, I studied abroad at ETH: Zürich.
My research interests are algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry. I am also interested in multi-parameter persistent homology. I am also a contributor to a two-parameter persistent homology visualizer RIVET.
Outside of math, I enjoy cooking. I primarily cook Chinese and Italian dishes but also am trying to learn other recipes. I also enjoy baking cookies and cheesecakes.
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