About me

I am currently a postdoc in mathematics at Dartmouth College. My research interests lie in the field of low-dimensional topology. In particular, I am interested in knot theory in dimensions 3 and 4.

Before coming to Dartmouth, I completed my PhD in mathematics at Indiana University advised by Charles Livingston.

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Concordances from differences of torus knots to L-space knots. arXiv. (To appear, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.)

Using secondary Upsilon invariants to rule out stable equivalence of knot complexes. arXiv. (To appear, Algebraic and Geometric Topology.)


In the spring term, I will be teaching Math 17 An Introduction to Mathematics Beyond Calculus; the topic will be knot theory. See the flyer and Canvas syllabus page for more details.