I have been a Gibbs Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Yale since fall 2017. My research interests are in discrete math and theoretical computer science with a particular focus on probabilistic and extremal combinatorics. I am currently teaching 230 (linear algebra, multivariate calculus, and analysis I), and all course material is available through canvas. I also run the Putnam seminar, which meets every Wednesday in LOM from 6:30pm to 8pm. All are warmly welcome to attend to learn more about math, hang out with cool people, and have fun!

A full CV is available here (last update: fall 2019).

## More academia

- Yale Center for Teaching and Learning
- Faculty Teaching Academy (2018) and an invited talk about technology in my classroom

- MAA Project NExT 2017 cohort
- Rutgers University (2011-2017) – PhD in combinatorics under Jeff Kahn
- A treatise on the binomial theorem (2017), my doctoral dissertation [consisting of jokes and otherwise available papers]
- Recorded dissertation defense part 1, part 2, and slides

- University of Delaware (2008-2010) – BSc and MSc in mathematical sciences