A Brief Bio
Welcome! I'm a mathematician at Cambridge. I grew up in South India and South Africa, and I studied mathematics at Harvey Mudd College and Yale. I worked with Dagan as an undergraduate, and wrote my PhD under Sam's guidance, with a substantial helping hand from Dan during a semester at Brown. I was a Moore Instructor at MIT, where I worked with Davesh. I spent a term at the Institute for Advanced Study in 2017, where I learned that homological mirror symmetry is very complicated!
My research is about combinatorial structures in algebraic geometry, with an emphasis on applications to the geometry of curves, moduli, and enumerative geometry.