Hi! Thank you for visiting my home page. I am currently a PhD student at NYU Courant. In Spring 2020 I graduated from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Honors. My academic interests include probability, partial differential equations, and applications. I also enjoy learning about problems in computer science, economics, and statistics.

In my free time I enjoy backpacking in the Sierras, running, playing Civilization VI, and tinkering with this website. I occasionally write ok poetry, of which this one was published in UChicago's Sliced Bread magazine

Error bounds for dynamical spectral estimation
with Robert Webber, Eric Thiede, Aaron Dinner, and Jonathan Weare.

The Parameterized Plateau Problem, a summary paper written for the 2018 UChicago REU program

NYU Courant Application Video
on my reasons for going to graduate school in math and a brief
discussion of the relation between Markov Chains and Linear
Algebra

(May of out of date)

The best way to contact me is my email: dd3103 [at] nyu [dot] edu

This is a simulation of a wave passing through a reflecting boundary that I made for a numerical PDE class. The wave solves the PDE \[a(x)\partial_t^2 u(x,t) - \partial_x (a(x)\partial_x u(x,t)) = 0\] for a function $a$ that models the boundary.