Research/Areas of Interest:
Stochastic geometry, particle systems, opinion dynamics
BS, Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, United States, 2014
PhD, Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, United States, 2020
My research is broadly at the intersection between stochastic geometry and dynamical systems. I am interested in the opinion dynamics problems, namely how the particle systems evolve under some assumptions. I use tools from integral geometry and percolation theory.
I also apply opinion dynamics models to voting and random graphs.
Besides research, I am very interested in educational outreach. I used to be one of the organizers at the Directed Reading Program at UT Austin. In addition, I also serve as the president of the USA Astronomy and Astrophysics Organization. We select and train high school students that represent United States at the International Astronomy and Astrophysics Olympiad.