# About Me

I am a Mathematics student UC San Diego, where I will be obtaining my Bachelor’s degree in 2018. I am currently planning to pursue a Ph.D. in Mathematics.

I am broadly interested in algebraic aspects of geometry and topology, and my current research as an undergraduate revolves around the study of spectral sequences, fiber bundles, and moduli spaces.

You can find information about my education and experience in the links at the top of the page. Under “resources”, I’ve assembled various bits of math-related advice, recommendations, and answers to some questions that I’m commonly asked.

You can also find my blog posts here - I generally find it’s easiest to learn material when I attempt to write it up cohesively, so these posts are my efforts to convert sketches, notes, and outlines into something readable!

# Recent Posts

## A Brief Introduction to Category Theory

A relatively short introduction to Category Theory, including some concrete examples.

## Setting Up A Haskell Dev Environment

Since the second week of this year’s GSOC is drawing to a close, I figured I’d take a minute to write a bit about my experience diving into Haskell developme...

## Introductory Statistical Analysis in R

This Summer, while I’ve been interning at Shutterfly, I’ve also been taking a course in introductory statistics. Of course, since I’m majoring in Computer Sc...

## Big O Notation

Determining the running-time complexity of some common types of functions.

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