I am an Associate Tutor, previously a Research Fellow in the Number Theory Group. My research interests are in number theory and related areas of automorphic forms and arithmetic geometry. More specifically, my current work concerns p-adic properties of automorphic forms and special values of L-functions.
I received my Ph.D. in MathematicsLink opens in a new window from Columbia UniversityLink opens in a new window in October 2019, under the direction of Eric UrbanLink opens in a new window. Previously I graduated from Stanford UniversityLink opens in a new window in June 2012 with a B.S. (with honors) in MathematicsLink opens in a new window.
My curriculum vitae is available here.
Publications and Preprints
- A p-adic L-function for non-critical adjoint L-values (arXivLink opens in a new window)
- Parity of the partition function and traces of singular moduli (with A. ZamorzaevLink opens in a new window) (PreprintLink opens in a new window | JournalLink opens in a new window)
International Journal of Number Theory, Vol. 8, No. 2 (2012), P.395-409.
- 2022-23, Terms 1-2: R-Project supervision
- 2020-21, Term 2: p-adic Modular Forms (TCC graduate course)
Older Materials from Columbia
Older materials (e.g. lecture notes, teaching links) might be migrated at some point. Until then, they can be accessed at my Columbia webpageLink opens in a new window.