My research lies in the fields of symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry. I work with Floer theories such as symplectic cohomology and Rabinowitz Floer homology to study open symplectic manifolds.
I am particularly interested in nonexact symplectic manifolds, dynamics of contact hypersurfaces, and developing mirrorsymmetric interpretations and intuition, particularly within quantitative symplectic frameworks.
Publications and preprints

Rabinowitz Fukaya Categories. In preparation. With Sheel Ganatra and Yuan Gao.

Leafwise intersection points from Lagrangians. In preparation (draft available upon request)

The quantitative nature of reduced Floer theory. Submitted.

Rabinowitz Floer homology and mirror symmetry
Journal of Topology. 11 (2018), no. 1, 144179.

Knot projections with a single multicrossing.
With C. Adams, T. Crawford, B. DeMeo, M. Landry, A. Lin, M. Montee, S. Park, F. Yhee
Journal of Knot Theory and Its Ramifications, Vol. 24, No. 3 (2015).
Research Talks

Holomorphic Curves and Symplectic Topology Conference, August 2017, Institut MittagLeffler

Mathematical Physics Seminar, December 2017, Harvard University CMSA

AMSAWM Special Session on Women in Symplectic and Contact Geometry, January 2018, Joint Math Meetings

Geometry/Topology Seminar, April 2018, Stony Brook University

Georgia Topology Conference, June 2018, University of Georgia, Athens

Topology Seminar, October 2018, UC Berkeley

Geometry Seminar, November 2018, UT Austin

Geometry and Physics Seminar, February 2019, Northwestern

Categorical Symplectic Topology Conference, March 2019, Cambridge University

AWM Research Symposium, April 2019, Rice University

Homological Algebra, Microlocal Analysis and Symplectic Geometry Conference, June 2019, CRM

QMAP Seminar, October 2019, UC Davis

Symplectic Geometry and Topology Seminar, October 2019, Stony Brook University

Northern California Symplectic Geometry Seminar, November 2019, Stanford University

Workshop on Higher Structures in Geometry and Physics, November 2019, The Fields Institute

Geometry/Topology/Categorification Seminar, January 2020, USC
Notes from working seminars

Categorical Dynamics. Columbia University Fall 2014.

Lowdimensional Topology and mirror symmetry. Stanford University Fall 2019.