I am an assistant professor of mathematics at Michigan State University. My research combines analytic and geometric techniques to study nonlinear evolutionary partial differential equations that arise in physical and geometric contexts. I am particularly interested in situations where wave-like phenomena arise, such as general relativity, fluids, and the physics of elastic membranes and solids.
PhD in Mathematics, 2009
Princeton University
BA with High Honors in Mathematics, 2005
Princeton University
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