Ph. D. Mathematics, New York University, 2009.
Advisor: C. Newman and D. Stein.
M.S. Mathematics, New York University, 2006.
B. S. Mathematics, University of Florida, 2004.
B. S. E. Computer Engineering, University of Florida, 2004.
Associate Professor, 2017-2022
Assistant Professor, 2015-2017
Indiana University, Bloomington
Assistant Professor, 2013-2016
NSF postdoctoral research fellow, 2009-2012
Awards and grants
DMS grant, Critical and subcritical growth models, 2021-2024
CAREER grant, Distances in random media, 2016-2022
DMS grant, Random spatial systems and ground states of short-range spin glasses, 2013-2016
postdoctoral research fellowship, 2009-2012
Kavli fellow (National Academy of Sciences), 2019
LexisNexis Dean's award, Georgia Tech, 2016
Trustees teaching award, IU, 2014
Mathematics Research Communities, Rhode Island, Summer 2019
Recent trends in continuous and discrete probability, Georgia Tech, Summer 2018
AMS joint math meetings short course on random growth models, Atlanta, Jan. 2017
AIM workshop, first-passage percolation and related models, Aug. 2015
Seymour Sherman conference, Indiana, May 2015
Current Ph. D. students: Joshua Marsh
Current masters students: Bencheng Li
Past masters students: Yuanzhe Ma, Jiaheng Li