I’m a third year PhD student at the Department of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at Michigan State University under the supervision of Dr. Liz Munch. My research interests include topological data analysis (TDA), computational and applied topology, and machine learning. My current research focuses on using topological sigantures to develop distance metrics between embedded graphs.
Outside of mathematics, I’m a classically trained pianist and flutist. I especially enjoy playing chamber music with my friends. I’m also interested in scholarly works in musicology and music theory. I have a cat, Shosty (named after Dmitri Shostakovich), and a dog, Wolfie (named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart).
PhD in CMSE, Expected 2025
Michigan State University
BA in Mathematics and Music, 2020
College of the Holy Cross