# About me

I'm a PhD candidate working with Prof Chris Burdzy in the probability theory group at the University of Washington, Seattle.

Also in the masters program in statistics.

My research interests are in stochastic processes, particularly interacting diffusions. Two projects which I am currently working: Using discrete approximations to calculate invariant measures for interacting diffusions; a hydrodynamic limit of Brownian particles interacting with a moving boundary. See this preprint, and a recent paper with Andrey Sarantsev.

A few quarters ago I worked with a group of undergraduates in the Washington eXperimental Math Lab (WXML).

(See image to the right).

We are used computational methods to confirm conjectures for the Hausdorff dimension of the Brownian earthworm model. See a list of fractals and their Hausdorff dimension for some neat mathematical objects.