I am a postdoc in the number theory group at the University of Michigan.

My research is in analytic number theory. I’m interested in probabilistic questions about the zeros of L-functions and the distribution of L-functions in the critical strip. I’m also interested in connections to random matrix theory. More generally I like all kinds of analysis.

My postdoc mentor is Jeff Lagarias. Prior to coming to Michigan I got my PhD at UCLA where my advisor was Terry Tao.

## Writing

- Extreme values of the argument of the Riemann zeta function (arXiv)
- A proof of Newman’s Conjecture for the extended Selberg class, Acta Arithmetica 201 (2021) (arXiv)
- PhD Thesis: Zeros of Riemann zeta-type functions (link)

## Teaching

In 2023 I received the Frederick Gehring Outstanding Postdoctoral Teaching Award. I’ve taught the following courses here at Michigan:

- Math 115 (Calculus I)
- Math 354 (Fourier Analysis with Applications)
- Math 217 (Linear Algebra)