I am an applied mathematician focusing on translating tools from algebraic topology and spectral graph theory to understanding networks and systems. I am currently in my fifth year in the AMCS program at the University of Pennsylvania. I am part of Dr. Robert Ghrist’s applied algebraic topology research group. We hold an informal seminar, the Graduate Research Seminar in (applied) Topology (GRST), and record some of what we learn on our blog Natural Topology.
|Aug 16, 2019||Toward a Spectral Theory of Cellular Sheaves will appear in the Journal of Applied and Computational Topology. An updated version is now on my papers page.|
|May 1, 2019||I am giving a presentation in the 2019 SIAM Workshop on Network Science about ways that cellular sheaves may find use in the study of networked systems. My abstract is here.|
|Aug 4, 2018||A preprint discussing my research is now available on the ArXiv.|