Greetings! I was born in the industrial city Faridabad in India, where I went to school. For my dual BS-MS, I went to Indian Institute of Science Education and Research in Mohali, where I majored in mathematics. My MS thesis was a survey of self-adjoint operators and the abstract can be found here


After graduating in 2014, I moved to Michigan State University for my PhD. My dissertation was a theoretical study of toroidal dynamics using algebraic topology. 

I defended in 2020 and joined The University of Oklahoma as a postdoctoral associate.

Outside of mathematics, I spend my time playing video games or watching TV and movies. I have engaged in various other activities over the years as well. In the space below, I talk about some of them.

In 2016, I wrote and co-directed a play for Sargam-the annual cultural event organized by MSU's Indian Students' Organization. It was called "A journey through India" and was performed at Wharton Center for Performing Arts in front of a crowd of 400+ people.

From 2013 to 2015, I made bad-math-joke-webcomics with a friend. The comic was called Dr. Isomorpheus


I used to do some amateur photography. Here is a little sample.


I was a part of a documentary workshop back in 2011. Back then, IISER Mohali was still under construction. A group of students came together to form YATN or Youth's Attempt to Nurture. The organization focused on education and well-being of children of migrant workers building the institute. The short film my group made was about YATN. The video is available here.

The human caricature on the right was drawn by one of the children during an activity session