"From [Grothendieck], I have also learned not to take glory in the difficulty of a proof: difficulty means we have not understood. The idea is to be able to paint a landscape in which the proof is obvious."
-Pierre Deligne, Theorie des topos et cohomologie etale des schemas.
I am a mathematician currently employed as a postdoctoral fellow in the Pattern Analysis Lab at Colorado State University. I work on problems in both pure and applied mathematics. Some of my research interests are listed below.
I received my PhD in Mathematics from UC Davis in June 2017, my advisor was Monica Vazirani.