Mathematics Undergraduate – University of Minnesota
The Modular Perspective started as a place to put down my mathematical thoughts. It has expanded to include an achieve of notes, a list of text resources, and an ever-expanding collection of interesting exercises. A large part of mathematics is learning about how to present and write about it; this blog has helped (and still does help) me with developing these skills.
I am a fourth year mathematics major at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities (UMN). My primary interests are in analytic and algebraic number theory. I am currently invovled in two research projects. The first is under UMN PhD candidates A. Hardt and E. Tibor in collaboration with two other undergraduates. This is a continuation of research regarding the alcove walk model conducted at UMN’s summer 2020 REU in algebra, combinatorics, and representation theory. We are expecting a preprint to appear on arXiv before December 2021. The second project (my senior thesis) involves characterizing the real and imaginary roots of a family of indefinite Kac-Moody Lie algebras. As of November 2020, the imaginary roots have been characterized, and I expect to complete this project by May 2021.
I am a 2020 Goldwater scholar and a 2021 NSF graduate research fellow.
I will be attending Brown University’s Mathematics PhD program in Fall 2021.
- Current Institution: University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
- Advisor: Adrian Diaconu.
- Download my CV here.