I am a mathematics PhD candidate and NSF Graduate Research Fellow at Rutgers University. My research is in algebra: I am interested in quadratic forms, fields, division algebras, and Lie algebras. I have also worked on projects in cryptography and in graph theory. My advisor is Danny Krashen.

Here's a video of me talking about cool generalizations of Schur's lemma.

I was a 2021 AMS-AAAS Mass Media Fellow at The Conversation US. For more on that, see Media.

**Generating cryptographically-strong random lattice bases and recognizing rotations of Z**, with Stephen D. Miller. To appear in PQCrypto 2021.^{n}**Optimized Honest-Majority MPC for Malicious Adversaries - Breaking the 1 Billion-Gate Per Second Barrier**, with Toshinori Araki, Assi Barak, Jun Furukawa, Yehuda Lindell, Ariel Nof, Kazuma Ohara, Adi Watzman, and Or Weinstein,*38th IEEE Security and Privacy Conference*, page 843-862 (2017).**Maximum rectilinear crossing numbers of polyomino graphs**, with Elie Feder and Heiko Harborth,*Congressus Numernatium*229, page 29-53 (2017).**Maximum rectilinear crossing numbers for game board graphs**, with Elie Feder and Heiko Harborth,*Congressus Numerantium*226, page 87-102 (2016).**Extremal values of the maximum rectilinear crossing number of (p, q)-graphs**, with Jens-P. Bode, Elie Feder, Heiko Harborth, and David Horowitz,*Congressus Numerantium*223, page 139-149 (2015).**Extremal values of the maximum rectilinear crossing number of cycles with diagonals**, with Jens-P. Bode, Elie Feder, Heiko Harborth, and David Horowitz,*Congressus Numerantium*220, page 33-48 (2014).

In Fall 2020 I was a recitation instructor for Math 135, Calculus I for the Life and Social Sciences.

In Spring 2019 and Spring 2020 I was a mentor for the Rutgers Math Directed Reading Program. I mentored Rutgers undergraduate students in cryptography and linear algebra.

I am also involved in sharing mathematics outside the classroom: see Media.