Graduate Student in Mathematics, University of Virginia
My advisor is Thomas Mark.
Currently my mathematical interests lie in Monopole Floer Homology and its interactions with contact and symplectic geometry. I am also interested in Instanton Floer Homology and its interactions with Monopole Floer Homology.
In the fall of 2019 I will start a 3-year position as a Hill Assistant Professor at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. Paul Feehan will be my mentor.
It includes some tedious calculations that I omitted in my paper, in addition to more background information.
114 Kerchof Hall
Department of Mathematics
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4137 USA