I am a third-year Ph.D. student in Mathematics at UCSB, under the advice of Prof. Zhang YiTang.
My main research interest is in Analytic Number Theory. More specifically, I am currently working on distribution estimates for the k-fold divisor function to large moduli.
Previously I did my undergraduate at Cal Poly Pomona, where I transfered from Orange Coast College. I recieved my Masters in Mathematics from Cal Poly Pomona, under the mentor of Prof. Alan Krinik.
My CV is available here.
I am a co-organizer of the UCSB Graduate Number Theory Seminar.
Ph.D., September 2016 - current
UC Santa Barbara
Master of Science, 2016
Cal Poly Pomona
Bachelor of Science, 2014
Cal Poly Pomona
Associate of Science, 2009
Orange Coast College
As Instructor of Record:
2018 Summer: Differential Equations (UCSB, Math 4B)
2016 Spring: Trigonometry (CPP, Math 120)
2016 Winter: Basic Algebra (CPP, Math 11)
As Teaching Assitant:
2018 Fall: Intro to Linear Algebra (UCSB, Math 108A)
2018 Fall: Linear Algebra with Applications (UCSB, Math 4A)
2018 Winter: Differential Equations (UCSB, Math 4B)
2017 Fall: Differential Equations (UCSB, Math 4B)
2017 Spring: Differential Equations (UCSB, Math 4B)
2016 Fall: Calculus for Social and Life Sciences (UCSB, Math 4B)
2015 Summer: Early Start Mathematics (CPP, ESM 5)