I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) Mathematics
Department since 2014 and a Visiting Associate Professor at Institut Henri Poincare (Paris) in the Winter Quarter of 2017.
is primarily in algebraic combinatorics with connections to representation theory, statistical mechanics and probability, computational complexity theory.
I obtained my PhD (math, 2011) at Harvard under Professor Richard Stanley from MIT. Afterwards, I was an Assistant Adjunct Professor and Simons Postdoctoral Fellow at UCLA.
David Rittenhouse Laboratory 4N59
UPenn Mathematics Department,
209 South 33rd St,
Philadelphia, PA 19104
E-mail: panova at math dot upenn dot edu