Welcome to my mathematics page. I am employed as an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Connecticut. I will move to Peking University as a TAL Assistant Professor starting in Fall 2021. I received my Ph.D. from UCLA in 2018 under the advisement of Rowan Killip and Monica Visan.
I am interested in the fields of analysis and representation theory, and in particular harmonic analysis on semisimple Lie groups and symmetric spaces and its applications. My recent focus is on Fourier restriction type estimates such as Strichartz estimates for dispersive equations and Lp bounds of Laplacian eigenfunctions on globally symmetric spaces. This circle of problems already bear a rich theory in the Euclidean setting, and are further challenges when considered on locally symmetric spaces. My papers:
I am teaching Partial Differential Equations (Math 3435) remotely in Spring 2021. Previous teaching:
Lie Groups and/or Analysis Seminars (*temporary)
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Last updated: April 10 2021