Teaching, Mentoring, and Service
In Fall 2019 I am teaching Math 540: Algebraic Topology I. I am an organizer of the Rutgers Topology/Geometry Seminar and the Trends in LowDimensional Topology Seminar.
Other Activities
Previous courses:
 Math 549: Lie Groups (Rutgers, Spring 2020)
 Math 135: Calculus I (Rutgers, Fall 2019)
 Math 310: Abstract Algebra I and Number Theory (MSU, Spring 2019)
 Math 327H: Honors Introduction to Analysis (MSU, Fall 2018)
 Math 996: Special Topics in Topology (MSU, Spring 2018)
 Math 320: Analysis I (MSU, Fall 2017)
 Math 254H: Honors Multivariable Calculus (MSU, Fall 2017)
 Math 961: Algebraic Topology II (MSU, Spring 2017)
 Math 132, Section 045: Calculus I (MSU, Fall 2016)
 Math 131A: Analysis (UCLA, Spring 2016)
 Math 115A: Linear Algebra (UCLA, Winter 2016)
 Math 32B: Calculus of Several Variables (UCLA, Winter 2016)
 Math 32A: Calculus of Several Variables (UCLA, Fall 2015)
 Math 227A: Algebraic Topology II (UCLA, Spring 2015)
 Math 131A: Analysis. (UCLA, Winter 2015)
 Math 120A: Differential Geometry. (UCLA, Fall 2014)
 Math 1: Precalculus. (UCLA, Fall 2014)
 Math 131B: Analysis. (UCLA, Spring 2014)
 Math 31B: Calculus II. (UCLA, Winter 2014)
 Math 131B: Analysis. (UCLA, Winter 2014)
 Math 131A: Real Analysis. (UCLA, Fall 2013)
 Math S110D.I: Calculus II (Columbia University, Summer 2011)
 Math V1101.12: Calculus I (Columbia University, Fall 2010)
Postdoctoral supervision:
 I am cosupervising K. Raoux (together with M. Hedden).
Undergraduate research supervision through Rutgers's DIMACS REU:
 Algebraic invariants of pretzel knots, Summer 2020.
Undergraduate research supervision through MSU's Exchange Research Program:
 Combinatorial knot Floer homology and immersed curves, Fall 2017. Comentored with K. Raoux.
Undergraduate research supervision as a TA for the Columbia Topology REU:
 Heegaard Floer Homology and the Fundamental Group, Summer 2013. Project Head: Jen Hom. This project led to this paper.
 Knot Floer Homology and Concordance, Summer 2012. Project Heads: Jen Hom and Peter Horn.
 Knot Floer Homology: Properties and Computations, Summer 2011. Project Head: Jen Hom. This project led to this paper.
Independent study supervision:
 Reading course in Symplectic Topology, Fall 2016Spring 2017
 Reading course in Knot Theory and Kirby Calculus, Fall 2016Spring 2017
 Reading course in Differential Geometry, UCLA, Summer 2014
Invited minicourses:
Conference organization:
 I am involved in organizing an MSRI Semester in Floer Homotopy Theory in Fall 2022.
 In Spring 2019 I coorganized the Midwest Topology Seminar at MSU.
 In Fall 2016 I coorganized an AMS Special Session at the University of Denver with Jonathan Hanselman.
Outreach at Rutgers:
Outreach at MSU:
Other activities:
 From Fall 2016Spring 2019 I coorganized the MSU Geometry and Topology Seminar.
 In Spring 2015 I organized the UCLA Topology Seminar.
 From Fall 2011 to Spring 2013, I coorganized the Columbia Graduate Topology Seminar.
