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I am an RTG Lovett Instructor in the Department of Mathematics at Rice University. My interests are in symplectic and contact geometry and interactions with low-dimensional topology and dynamics. Specifically, I use Floer homologies to understand Reeb dynamics on contact three-manifolds, with applications to dynamics on surfaces and four-dimensional symplectic embeddings. MSC 53, 57, and occasionally 37.

Previously, I was an Ph.D. student at the University of California, Berkeley, where my thesis advisor was Michael Hutchings.

At Rice, I attend the Topology Seminar, Colloquium, the RTG Topology Working Seminar, and the Contact Learning Seminar.

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