I am a Simons Postdoctoral Fellow in Mathematical Biology at the University of Pennsylvania, working with Yoichiro Mori and Joshua Plotkin. I received a PhD in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University, where I was advised by Simon Levin.
My research primarily consists of using PDEs, dynamical systems, and stochastic processes to study the dynamics of populations. Recently, I have been focusing on models of multilevel selection and evolutionary game theory, as well as exploring collective behavior and pattern formation in ecological and social systems.
You can also find more about my papers on Google Scholar or ResearchGate.
- October 12, 2022: University of Minnesota Mathematical Biology Seminar (virtual talk).
- October 22-23, 2022: AMS Western Sectional Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah
- Co-organizing special session on “Mathematical Modeling of Biological and Social Systems” (with Daniel Gomez and Hyunjoong Kim)
- December 6-7, 2022: Poster Presentation at Workshop on Advances in Mathematical Ecology, Toronto, ON
- January 4-7, 2023: Joint Mathematics Meetings, Boston, MA
- Co-organizing special session on “Mathematical Modeling of Ecology and Evolution: From Infectious Disease to the Evolution of Cooperation” (with Benjamin Allen, Olivia Chu, and Chadi Saad-Roy)
- March 18-19, 2023: AMS Southeastern Sectional Meeting, Atlanta, GA
- Co-organizing special session on “Multiscale Approaches to Modeling Ecological and Evolutionary Dynamics” (with Olivia Chu, Denis Patterson, and Chadi Saad-Roy)