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I am a postdoc at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Bonn, Germany. Before this, I was a Paul Olum postdoctoral scholar at the Department of Mathematics at University of Oregon, Eugene.

I completed my Ph.D under the supervision of Milen Yakimov at Louisiana State University. After graduating in 2018, I was a postdoctoral visitor at the IAS, Princeton. Then I moved to Germany for my next postdoctoral position at MPIM, Bonn.

Recently, I have been interested in the structure theory of algebras arising from the study of quivers with potential. I am most interested in the link between these algebras and their relationship with the categorification of cluster algebras. Another interest of mine is in the categorification of cluster algebras via perverse sheaves on Nakajima's graded quiver varieties. My curriculum vitae is available here.

This term I am running a seminar on representation theory of finite groups. Earlier teaching can be found here.