I am a fifth year graduate student at Michigan State University, where I have the pleasure of calling Willie Wong my advisor. Starting in August, I will be an NSF Postdoctoc Fellow at Vanderbilt University, where my postdoc mentor will be Jared Speck.
All of my research articles are on the arXiv, but you can also find them on my webpage. My research integrates analytic and geometric techniques to study evolutionary partial differential equations. More specifically, I am currently focused on analyzing shock singularities in compressible fluids. I am also interested in global/finite-in-time existence properties to equations that model wave-like phenomena (i.e. relativistic membranes).
Here you can find several links that I have found useful to support the BLM movement.
You can find my dissertation, titled "The vector field method and its applications to nonlinear evolution equations" here.