About Me: I am a lecturer (assistant professor) at University of Southampton. Before that I was a visiting assistant professor at Ohio State University and a short term researcher at University of Vienna. Before that I was at Texas A&M, working with Rostislav Grigorchuk; and at Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS), Paris, working with Anna Erschler. Prior to ENS I was a PhD student at Vanderbilt University working under the supervision of Alexander Olshanskii. I defended my thesis in 2018. I am interested in geometric, combinatorial and computational group theory; low-dimensional topology; computability and computational complexity theory, including the interplay between them.

Here is my CV.

Papers:

Finitely generated subgroups of free groups as formal languages and their cogrowth (with R. Grigorchuk and A. Shaikh), Groups, Complexity, Cryptology, 2021

Embeddings into left-orderable simple groups (with M. Steenbock), Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 2022

Groups with decidable word problem that do not embed in groups with decidable conjugacy problem, Inventiones Mathematicae, 2021

Computability, orders, and solvable groups, The Journal of Symbolic Logic, 2020

The word and conjugacy problems in lacunary hyperbolic groups, 97 pages, arXiv:1708.04591

Group embeddings with algorithmic properties, Communications in Algebra, 2015

Currently, I am a co-organizer of the Topology and Geometric Group Theory Seminars at OSU.

From Spring of 2020 to Spring of 2022 I was the chair of TAMU's "Groups and Dynamics" seminar.