I am a fourth year graduate student at Purdue University. My advisor is Freydoon Shahidi.

Mathematical Interests:

My general area of interest is the Langlands Program, a body of work encompassing many areas of mathematics, following

a series of influential conjectures by Robert Langlands. My advisor invented something called local coefficients in the 80s,

based off of an idea of Langlands. I'm currently working on the problem of the stability of local coefficients under highly

ramified twists.

I've been an instructor or taught recitation for the following:

I've graded for the following:

Support: Since Spring 2016, I have been supported by a research assistantship from Dr. Shahidi.

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Honors and awards:

Qualifying exams: I completed my qualifying exams in August 2015.

Here are the exams I took.

Advanced topics: This is an oral exam based on subjects of your advisor's choosing.

My advanced topics exam was on class field theory and linear algebraic groups.

I took the advanced topics exam in August 2016.