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### Employment and education

- Assistant Research Professor
- (non tenure-track, renewable)

2023-present

Duke University, Department of Mathematics - Philip Griffiths Assistant Research Professor
- (postdoc)

2021-2023

Duke University, Department of Mathematics - PhD in Mathematics
- 2015-2021

UC Berkely, Department of Mathematics

Advisor: Nicolai Reshetikhin - BA in Mathematics, Economics
- 2011-2015

University of Virginia

### Publications and preprints

Details- Hyperbolic structures on link complements, octahedral decompositions, and quantum \(\mathfrak{sl}_2\)
- submitted
[math.GT]
- Kashaev-Reshetikhin invariants of links
- with Kai-Chieh Chen, Scott Morrison, and Noah Snyder

submitted
[math.GT] - Holonomy invariants of links and nonabelian Reidemeister torsion
- in
Quantum Topology
link
[math.QA]
- Planar diagrams for local invariants of graphs in surfaces
- with Kyle Miller

in
Journal of Knot Theory and its Ramifications
link
[math.GT]

### Invited talks

Details- Oregon State University,
Topology/Geometry Seminar,
Oct 2023

- UC Berkeley,
Special Seminar,
Apr 2023

- AMS Spring 2023 Southeastern Sectional Meeting,
Special Session on Topology and Geometry of 3- and 4-Manifolds,
Mar 2023

- Michigan State University,
Geometry and Topology Seminar,
Nov 2022

- Korea Institute for Advanced Study,
Mathematics Seminar,
Jun 2022

- University of Virginia,
Geometry Seminar,
Apr 2022

- Indiana University,
Topology Seminar,
Feb 2022

- UNC-Chapel Hill,
Geometric Methods in Representation Theory Seminar,
Oct 2021

- IUB Quantum Topology Seminar,
Online,
Sep 2021

- Duke University,
Topology and Geometry Seminar,
Sep 2021

- Australian Geometric Topology Webinar,
Online,
Sep 2021

- UC Berkeley,
3-Manifold Seminar,
Apr 2021

- UC Berkeley,
Representation Theory and Mathematical Physics Seminar,
Sep 2019

- QGM Nielsen Retreat,
Centre for Quantum Geometry of Moduli Spaces,
Nov 2017