As of July 1, 2020, I am employed as a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Harvard University, and my up-to-date contact information can be found here. This page will remain as an archive of my teaching and research at Washington University.
I am a postdoctoral lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Washington University in St. Louis. My research interests lie in the intersections of geometric measure theory, harmonic analysis, and complex analysis.
During Spring 2020, I am teaching Math 430 (Modern Algera) and Math 523 (Topics in Geometric Measure Theory). Information about these courses can be found here. Please feel free to contact me by email or stop by my office, Cupples I 203.
I received my PhD from Michigan State University in 2018, working under the direction of Ignacio Uriarte-Tuero. My dissertation focused on using techniques geometric measure theory to study extremal examples for quasiconformal maps and Favard length.
More recently, I have been working on characterizing boundedness of commutators in terms of spaces of functions with bounded mean oscillation. I also study regularity of quasiconformal maps, with applications to elliptic PDEs.