** Postdoctoral Scholar at the University
of Washington**

** Mailing Address**: Department
of Mathematics

C-138 Padelford, Box 354350

Seattle, WA 98195 **
**

I am a postdoc at UW, my mentor is Jarod Alper. I got my Ph.D. at Brown University under the supervision of Dan Abramovich.

I find it appealing when one can compute explicit numeric invariants of moduli spaces (such as the Brauer group or the Chow ring), or when one can use algebraic geometry to answer questions from combinatorics.

Lately I am mainly thinking of constructing a compact moduli space of maps from families of curves to an algebraic stack with a projective good moduli space.

- Effective morphisms and quotient stacks (with *Andrea Di Lorenzo)*

- Degenerations of twisted maps to algebraic stacks (with *Andrea Di Lorenzo)*

- Dimers and Beauville integrable systems (with *Terrence George)*

- The integral Chow rings of moduli of Weierstrass fibrations
(with *Samir Canning* and *Andrea Di Lorenzo)*

- Moduli of genus one curves
with two marked points as a weighted blow-up ** Mathematische Zeitschrift**,

- Moduli of Q-Gorenstein
pairs and applications (with *Stefano Filipazzi)*

- Wall crossing for moduli of stable log pairs (with *Kenny Ascher, Dori Bejleri*
and *Zsolt Patakfalvi*) ** Annals of Mathematics**,

- The
cluster modular groups of the dimer model (with *Terrence George*)
**Ann. Inst. Henri Poincare D***., To appear.*

- Stable pairs with a twist and
gluing morphisms for moduli of surfaces (with *Dori Bejleri*)
*Selecta Math (N.S.), ** Volume 27 (2021) no. 3.*

- Small contractions of
1-parameter families of elliptic surfaces (Appendix to "Moduli of
weighted stable elliptic surfaces and invariance of log plurigenera" by *Kenny
Ascher* and *Dori Bejleri*). **Proc. Lond. Math.
Soc., **Volume 122 (2021), no. 5.

- The
Picard group of the moduli of smooth complete intersections of two
quadrics (with *Shamil Asgarli*). * Trans.
Amer. Math. Soc., *Vol. 372, (2019) No. 5 p3319--3346.

The spring quarter I will teach the 120-students section of linear algebra, and a class on algebraic complex surfaces.

For the class on complex surfaces, I will partially follow Beauville's book, and Kollár - Mori. I am planning on presenting a modern approach on the classification of surfaces, using the MMP. If time permits, I will talk about moduli of surfaces of general type.Before this quarter, but while at UW, I taught linear algebra (several times) and introduction to group theory (abstract algebra).

While at Brown I taught and TA-ed linear algebra, calculus 1, 2 and math 60 (Analytic geometry and calculus).