I am a Hill Assistant Professor (postdoc) at the Department of Mathematics of Rutgers. My research mentor is Doron Zeilberger.
I obtained my PhD in 2022 at University of Illinois at Chicago, with advisor Bridget Tenner.
My research interests are in Combinatorics (mainly Enumerative), Probability and Statistics (incl. Machine Learning) and Algorithms.
I have special interest in bijective proofs!
Here is a file I wrote with the MIT students Luz Grisales and Rodrigo Posada containing solutions to 150+ of the bijective proof problems of Richard Stanley.
During 2022, I am co-organizing a new online seminar for open problems in Combinatorics: click here. Feel free to subscribe to the mailing list or contact me to present a problem.
During Fall 2022 I am teaching History of Mathematics.
List of publications
Curriculum vitae (07/07/2022)
My Teaching Thoughts.
My collection of research-related links.
More about me outside of teaching&research (faith, sports, etc).
I always enjoy hearing new research problems from new people!
(see my Contact page).