MIT - CSAIL
The Stata Center, Building 32-D475A
32 Vassar Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
NOTE: THIS SITE IS OLD. Starting September 2020, I began a position as an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Boston University. See my new website here. For the time being, this site will remain the same for historical purposes.
Research interests: geometry processing, hex meshing, optimal transport, harmonic and bounded distortion mappings
I obtained my Ph.D. in Mathematics in 2015 from Rutgers University under Prof. Feng Luo, studying low-dimensional topology and geometry. More specifically, my thesis constructed square tilings of surfaces arising from discrete harmonic differential 1-forms.
Afterwards, I transitioned to applied work, working as a postdoc with Dr. Ofir Weber at Bar-Ilan University. While there, I focused on harmonic and bounded distortion methods for mapping, parametrization, and interpolation.
Currently, I am at MIT, where I am doing research in hex meshing and applied optimal transport. I have thoroughly enjoyed combining my theoretical training with complex engineering problems.