I am a research fellow at the University of Bristol specializing in number theory. Most of my current research can be lumped into three projects:

- Approaches to the Stark conjectures over real quadratic fields
- Applications of arithmetic geometry to nonlinear dispersive PDEs
- Foundations of the theory of vector-valued automorphic forms

I have a wide variety of applied mathematical interests, including random matrix theory, secure multiparty computation, quantum information processing, and nonlinear dispersion.

Here is my CV. Here are my other mathematical web profiles.

I have reaped huge benefits for my mathematical development through my relationships with the following institutions.

- University of Michigan, PhD 2017 (advisor Jeffrey C. Lagarias)
- University of Chicago, class of 2011
- SMALL REU at Williams College, summer 2010 (advisor Steven J. Miller)
- Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, fall 2009
- Ross Mathematics Program (counselor Matthew Satriano)