My mathematical interests evolve around geometry, combinatorics and dynamics. My main research is focused on counting and classifying square-tiled surfaces. In my other projects I explored interplay between various geometric structures on surfaces, their moduli spaces and dynamics on them. Apart from that I am interested in anything related to moduli spaces of Riemann surfaces, translation surfaces and Teichmüller theory.
I received my PhD in mathematics from Harvard University under the supervision of Curtis McMullen. I spent the fall 2018 semester as a postdoc at Fields Institute in Toronto, attending the Thematic Program on Teichmüller Theory and its Connections to Geometry, Topology and Dynamics. Currently I am a postdoc at Université Paris Diderot.
Here is my CV.