About me

I am a 6th year graduate student in the Mathematics department of University of Wisconsin-Madison.

I obtained my BA degree (with a double major in Mathematics and Economics) in Illinois Wesleyan University, under the supervision of Prof. Tian-Xiao He.

Currently I am working towards my PhD in Mathematics; my thesis advisor is Prof. David Anderson. My research interest lies at the intersection of probability, stochastic analysis, random graph theory and mathematical biology. In particular, my research focuses on the theory of chemical reaction networks under both dynamical and graphical aspects.

My Curriculum Vitae