Latest CV

(updated 01/05/2019)


Instability-triggered Oscillations of Active Microfilaments

Dynamical Effects of Accelerometer Misalignment Assumptions on GRACE

Application of Discrete Exterior Calculus on Exact Conservation Finite Element Methods


(co)fiber sequences and π_3(S^2)

Taking derivatives of eigenvalues gave me more headaches than I thought. If you are dumb like me, read this.


2D Discrete Inverse Spectral Problem
project page


SoCalFluids XII (2018) slides

APS DFD 2017 / March Meeting 2018 improved slides

for UT Math Club: Lusternik-Schnirelmann category and its cousins, UT Austin Spring 2016

DRP: (co)fiber sequences and π_3(S^2), UT Austin Fall 2015
Long, medium, and short notes (very rough, for a better version see above)

Dynamical effects of ACC misalignment for GRACE, Phase I progress report, CSR Summer 2015

DRP: What is Persistent Homology?, UT Austin Spring 2015

DRP: Cohomology of Projective Spaces, UT Austin Fall 2014

DRP: Classification of Du Val Singularities, UT Austin Spring 2014


Here is a lifting pun.

Here is a catzilla invasion.

Here is an astronaut confused about gravity.

Here is where I would like to work.

And click here for something completely different:

If I were Springer-Verlag Graduate Texts in Mathematics,

I would be a combination of the following according to the questionnaire...

Robin Hartshorne's Algebraic Geometry

Saunders Mac Lane's Categories for the Working Mathematician

William S. Massey's A Basic Course in Algebraic Topology

W.B.R. Lickorish's An Introduction to Knot Theory

J.-P. Serre's Linear Representations of Finite Groups

So I suppose I should go ahead to keep working on my skills in AG, AT and cats then learn more Knot theory and Rep theory to fulfill my destiny!

Which Springer GTM would you be? Try the Springer GTM Test yourself!