I am a postdoctoral lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Washington University in St. Louis. My faculty mentor here at WashU is José E. Figueroa-López. In Fall 2021, I will start a postdoctoral position in the math department at The University of Utah.
I am broadly intersted in statistical inference for stochastic processes. My current research interests include Lévy-driven fractional/scale-invariant processes, wavelet-based statistical methods, and inference for high-frequency data. My work is motivated by problems stemming from signal processing, financial econometrics, and the modeling of anomalous diffusion in physics.
In August 2019, I received my PhD from Tulane University under the supervision of Gustavo Didier.