I am a fourth year graduate student at Cornell University studying mathematics.

My research interests lie in homological stability phenomena, including representation stability, and their applications to geometry and topology, for example, to the study of free group automorphisms. Of particular interest to me are FI-modules, and more generally, representations of combinatorial categories. This point of view allows the application of homological methods that can often vastly simplify otherwise difficult problems.  My research advisor is Martin Kassabov.

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310 Malott Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853–4201

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