I am currently teaching M 310T, a Freshman Research Initiative course about the mixing times of Markov chains. I'm also running a Putnam problem solving class.
In Fall 2012, I taught Math 408K and Math 408N. I also ran a Putnam problem-solving seminar.
In Fall 2011, I taught Math 341 and
My research interests lie in probability, in particular, in the area of Markov chain mixing times.
Here is a link to my thesis.
Papers and Preprints:
I've recently finished a new translation of Roadside Picnic into English. Here's my page for the book.