I am an NSF postdoc at Johns Hopkins sponsored by Yiannis Sakellaridis. I am interested in automorphic representations and the trace formula.

My Ph.D. was from UC Berkeley advised by Sug Woo Shin. Before that, I was an undergraduate at Harvard University.

I am on the job market this year

- Email: (lastname)@jhu.edu
- Office: Krieger 301

- (w/Mathilde Gerbelli-Gauthier) Statistics of Cohomological Automorphic Representations on Unitary Groups via the Endoscopic Classification (submitted) Slides

Here's a research-level talk on this work. - Counting Discrete, Level-1, Quaternionic Automorphic Representations on G
_{2}(In revisions at*Journal of the Institute of Mathematics of Jussieu*) Slides

Here's a short, research-level talk on this work. -
Sato-Tate Equidistribution for Families of Automorphic Representations through the Stable Trace Formula (
*Algebra & Number Theory*16 (2022), no. 1, 59-137) Slides

Here's a short talk on this work for a general number theory audience.

- Current: Math 422 "Representation Theory" website
- Fall 2022: Instructor for Math 304 "Elementary Number Theory"

- Spring 2021: GSI for Math 104 "Introduction to Analysis"
- Spring 2020: GSI for Math 250b "Commutative Algebra"/Math 254b "Number Theory"
- Spring 2019: GSI for Math 55 "Discrete Mathematics."
- Spring 2018: GSI for Math 54 "Linear Algebra and Differential Equations."
- Spring 2017: GSI for Math 53 "Multivariable Calculus."
- Fall 2016: GSI for Math 53 "Multivariable Calculus."
- Spring 2016: GSI for Math 54 "Linear Algebra and Differential Equations."
- Fall 2015: GSI for Math 1A "Calculus I."