I am a teaching faculty at Michigan State University. My research interests lie in the field of Topological Data Analysis.
Before this, I was a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Oklahoma.
I earned my PhD in mathematics from Michigan State University in May 2020. During my PhD under the supervision of Jose Perea, my work revolved around the study of toroidal dynamical systems. I made contributions to the development of persistent homology by proving Künneth-type theorems, to topological time series analysis by further developing the theory of sliding window embeddings, and to multiscale data coordinatization in topological spaces by proving stability theorems for circular coordinates.
Recent News: Papers & Awards, Organization & Attendance, and Talks
April 07, 2022
I won an Audience Choice Award for my general audience talk at the OU Symposium
June 12-15, 2023
I was at the Symposium on Computational Geometry at the University of Texas, Dallas
March 18-19, 2023
I co-organized a Special Session on Topological Persistence at the Spring Southeastern AMS Sectional Meeting (w/ Luis Scoccola and Ling Zhou)
January 06, 2023
I co-organized a Special Session at the Joint Mathematics Meeting (w/ Harlin Lee and Josue Tonelli-Cueto)
June 15, 2023
I presented our Toroidal Coordinates paper at the Symposium on Computational Geometry
May 12, 2023
I gave an outreach talk at the Raising a Mathematician Training Program (Intro Topology for Middle-High Schools Students)