## Welcome!

I am a lecturer at **Cambridge**** **and study algebraic geometry. I'm also a fellow at **John's**. You can find a recent **picture** here.

My work focuses on tropical geometry in moduli theory and enumerative geometry. You can get a flavour for it from this **Quanta article** and read these excellent articles for details: **I**, **II**, and **III**.

In Lent 2022 taught **Part II Algebraic Geometry** and in Michaelmas 2021 I taught **Part III Algebraic Geometry**.

**Cambridge Algebraic Geometry: **I supervise PhD students **Ajith**, **Patrick**, **Qaasim** (with **Tom**), **Siddarth** (with **Melody**), and **Wanlong**. **Navid** and **Thibault** are postdoctoral fellows associated to the group. You can get a sense for what people work on by looking **here**. **Mark** and his group have cognate interests**. **The broader group includes **Ruadhaí Dervan**** **and **Eloise Hamilton****. **** **We run a **seminar**.

**GAeL XXIX:** I will be one of the lecturers at **GAeL in Paris-Saclay** in May 2022. **Notes****.**

**COMB in CAMB:** Navid and Luca are organizing an exciting school on** ****combinatorial methods in algebraic geometry** from September 5-9 2022.

**Oberwolfach Notes from October 2021:** Links to notes of **Renzo**, **Hannah**, and **Dhruv**

**Undergraduates: **I regularly work with undergraduate students. You can read about their work **here**. I help coordinate the **Cambridge Summer Research in Mathematics Programme**.

**Editorial: **I am an editor for the **Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society**.

My work is currently supported by the **EPSRC**.

**Email**: dr508 (at) cam. ac . uk

*I support and believe in ***Federico Ardila's*** axioms:*

*Mathematical talent is distributed equally among different groups, irrespective of geographic, demographic, and economic boundaries.**Everyone can have joyful, meaningful, and empowering mathematical experiences.**Mathematics is a powerful, malleable tool that can be shaped and used differently by communities to serve their needs.**Every student deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.*