I am a Zassenhaus Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at The Ohio State University.

I defended my PhD at the University of Georgia under the supervision of Neil Lyall and Ákos Magyar. My undergraduate years were spent in my hometown of Arcata, CA at Humboldt State University.

My research applies combinatorial and computational techniques to solve problems motivated by data science. I frequently use tools from convex optimization, discrete geometry, graph theory, random matrix theory and real algebraic geometry. Much of my past work has leveraged ideas from additive combinatorics and Fourier analysis to solve problems in geometric Ramsey theory.