I am currently a sophomore studying pure mathematics and computer science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. My interests are always evolving, but I'm pretty sure I won't be doing real analysis, PDE, or anything like that in the future. Currently, let's say I'm interested in representation theory and algebraic geometry. Resume (PDF). Courses Taken (PDF).

- Math 612 Algebra 2 With Paul Gunnells (Last updated: April 30)
- Math 624 Analysis 2 With Robin Young (Last updated: April 30)
- Math 797W Algebraic Geometry with Jenia Tevelev (Last updated: April 30)

- Last summer, I did an REU in algebraic geometry at UMass. I studied equations for point configurations to lie on rational normal curves. Report
- The summer before that (between high school and college), I attended PROMYS and did a research project with Dylan Pentland and Kushagr Ahuja. We investigated these things called Tau Numbers. Paper
- I co-founded a math tournament when I was in high school.

- Geometric-flavored representation theory (say from Ginzburg or Hotta)
- Scheme theory (say from Hartshorne)
- Anything in positive characteristic, especially arithmetic geometry
- Infinity categories (possibly from Riehl?)
- Type theory