Since July 2021, I have held an EPSRC Early Career Fellowship in the Mathematical Institute at Oxford. I was previously a Titchmarsh Research Fellow at Oxford, and an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig, Germany. I received my PhD from the University of Chicago in 2015.
At Oxford, I have taught classes in areas of analysis and probability. I have twice been the primary lecturer for the Mathematical Institute’s course on stochastic differential equations, and I have tutored for courses covering topics in mathematical modeling for finance and biology, martingales, and complex analysis and metric spaces. Prior to joining Queen’s College, I was a College Lecturer at Keble College.
My research is in stochastic analysis, and relies on a wide range of techniques from the theories of partial differential equations and stochastic processes. This includes, in particular, the study of random environments and stochastic homogenization, stochastic partial differential equations, and randomized algorithms in machine learning.