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I am an RTG postdoc in the mathematics department at UC Berkeley from July 2015 to June 2018. I am broadly interested in geometric analysis with a specific focus towards existence of canonical Kähler metrics and relations with algebraic geometric obstructions. I am also interested in applications of the Gromov-Haudorff converegence to problems in complex geometry.

I completed my PhD under Jian Song at Rutgers on Canonical Kahler metrics with cone singularities in 2014. My thesis can be found here. Prior to that, I completed my bachelor of sciences (BSc honors) in mathematics and computer science at Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI), Chennai, India. Before coming to Berkeley, I spent the academic year 2014-2015 at University of Notre Dame.

I am on the job market this fall. Here is my latest CV.

Preprints and Publications

  1. A remark on relatively unstable blow-ups, in preparation
  2. Hermitian-Yang-Mills connections on collapsing elliptically fibered K3 surfaces (with Adam Jacob), arXiv link
  3. Expansions of solutions to extremal metric type equations on blow-ups of cscK surfaces, arXiv link, submitted
  4. Kähler-Einstein metrics along the smooth continuity method (with Gábor Székelyhidi), Geom. Funct. Anal. (GAFA) 26 (2016), no. 4, 975--1010. arXiv link, journal link
  5. On convexity of the regular set of conical Kähler-Einstein metrics, Math. Res. Lett. 23 (2016), no. 1, 105--126. arXiv link, journal link
  6. A remark on Kähler metrics with conical singularities along a simple normal crossing divisor (with Jian Song), Bull. Lond. Math. Soc. 47 (2015), no. 6, 1010--1013. arXiv link, journal link
  7. Connecting toric manifolds by conical Kähler-Einstein metrics (with Bin Guo, Jian Song and Xiaowei Wang), Advances in Math., 323 (2018), 38-83 arXiv link, journal link

Differential Geometry seminar (Spring 2018)


Spring 2018

Math H53: Honors multivariable calculus.

Fall 2017

Math 104: Real Analysis.

Spring 2017

Math 104: Real Analysis.

Fall 2016

Math 185: Complex Analysis.

Fall 2015

Math H1B: Honors singlevariable calculus.

Math H53: Honors multivariable calculus.

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