I am a first year PhD student at Caltech
in Applied and Computational Mathematics
working under the supervision of Peter Schröder
My work is currently supported by a Kortschak Scholars Graduate Fellowship and I was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
Previously, I was at Carnegie Mellon University
where I graduated with a BSc in Computer Science and an MSc in Mathematical Sciences. My research advisors were Keenan Crane
and Dejan Slepčev
My research interests broadly lie in the fields of differential geometry and applied analysis.
In particular, I am excited about using techniques from geometric analysis, the calculus of variations, and PDEs to develop both efficient geometry processing techniques and a deeper understanding of discrete differential geometry.