After spending Summer 2021 as a guest at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, I will begin a tenure-track position as a Senior Lecturer at Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Previously, I was a postdoc at U.C. Berkeley from 2018 to 2021, interrupted by a short postdoc at MSRI in Fall 2020 as part of the virtual semester Decidability, definability and computability in number theory. I finished a Ph.D. in mathematics at MIT in 2018.

I was previously an undergraduate student in mathematics at Princeton University. Before that, I was a high school student in Acton in Massachusetts.

I am interested primarily in number theory and its relations to algebraic geometry and homotopy theory. I am also interested in representation theory, physics, and logic.

I also enjoy learning languages, discovering the secrets of the universe (or other universes), and visiting cool places.

Through Spring 2020, I was a co-organizer of the Berkeley arithmetic geometry and number theory seminar.

Explicit Mixed Elliptic Motivic Chabauty-Kim, arXiv preprint.

Brauer and Etale Homotopy Obstructions on Open Covers (longer version), arXiv preprint.

The polylog quotient and the Goncharov quotient in computational Chabauty-Kim theory I, *International Journal of Number Theory*, 16 (2020), pages 1859-1905.

The polylog quotient and the Goncharov quotient in computational Chabauty-Kim theory II, *Transactions of the American Mathematical Society*, 373 (2020), pages 6835-6861.

Elliptic Curves with Full 2-Torsion and Maximal Adelic Galois Representations, *Mathematics of Computation*, 83 (2014), pages 2925-2951.

On Cohen-Macaulayness of S_n-invariant subspace arrangements, *International Mathematics Research Notices*, IMRN 2016, no.7, pages 2104-2126.

Cuspidal Sections of Algebraic Fundamental Groups of Higher Dimensional Varieties

Adelic Galois Representations of Abelian Surfaces with Real Multiplication

From Chabauty to Kim (draft) (NEW: Updated September 2020)

Symmetry and the Cubic Formula

Galois Groups and Fundamental Groups (NEW: Updated March 2020)

A Treatise on Elementary Galois Theory

Some Basics on Linear Algebraic Groups Over Algebraically-Closed Fields *(Final paper for a course on algebraic geometry, Fall 2010)*

Systems of l-adic Representations and Elliptic Curves *(Junior Paper, Fall 2011)*

Complex Multiplication *(Junior Paper, Spring 2012)*

Images ouvertes et la conjecture de Manin-Mumford *(Mémoire pour géométrie diophantienne, Paris, Spring 2012)*

Suites spectrales, hypercohomologie, et catégorie dérivée

Model Theory and the Ax-Grothendieck Theorem *(Handwritten notes for a talk, Fall 2012)*

Valuation Spectrum of a Ring *(Handwritten notes for a talk in MIT STAGE, Fall 2013)*

Admissible Representations of p-adic Groups *(Handwritten notes for a talk in the BU Local Langlands learning seminar, Spring 2014)*

Valuation Spectrum of a Ring *(Handwritten notes for a talk in MIT STAGE, Fall 2013)*

Topological aspects of the fundamental group of the projective line minus three points *(Handwritten notes for a talk in MIT STAGE, Fall 2014)*

The de Rham Period Ring I *(Handwritten notes for a talk in BU P-adic Hodge Theory learning seminar, Fall 2014)*

Local Class Field Theory Via Galois Cohomology

Proof of the Prime Number Theorem

See here for a blog I used, mostly in high school.Remarks on the Hodge Filtration in non-Abelian Chabauty

A Proof of a Case of Dirichlet's Theorem

Groupe de Mumford-Tate d'une courbe elliptique à τ transcendant

Solution to Putnam 2012 B6 Using Algebraic Number Theory

A Quick Proof that the Character Table is a Square

An Algorithmic Proof of the Nullstellensatz

Image of Inertia on the Tate Module Attached to an Abelian Variety

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Postal Address:

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