UC San Diego, Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2011.
Thesis: "The Bessel-Plancherel theorem and applications."
Advisor: Wee Teck Gan and Nolan Wallach.
UC San Diego, M.A. in Pure Mathematics, 2008.
"The Bessel-Plancherel theorem for Lie groups of tube type," in preparation.
"Bessel models for general admissible induced representations: the noncompact stabilizer case," in preparation.
Talks at international conferences and workshops
"Invariant linear functionals and degenerate Whittaker models," Program on branching laws, IMS, Singapore, March 2012.
"On a conjecture of Sakellaridis-Venkatesh," International colloquium on automorphic representations and L-functions, TIFR, Mumbai, January 2012. (In sustitution of Wee Teck Gan.)
"The Bessel-Plancherel theorem and applications," Representation Theory and Quantization Workshop, Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada, February 2011.
Research Fellow, National University of Singapore, 2011-2013.
Supervisor: Chen-Bo Zhu.
Graduate Research Assistant, UCSD, 2008-2011.
Graduate Research Assistant, UCSD, Summer 2009.
Supervisor: Wee Teck Gan.
Non-Commutative Algebra Summer Group Summer 2006, 2007, 2008.
Supervisor: William Helton.
Recent teaching experience
Instructor, Math 6210 Measure theory and Lebesgue integration, Cornell University, Fall 2013.
Instructor, MA4262 Measure and integration, NUS, Semester I 2012-2013.
Instructor, MA6292/MA6293 Topics in mathematics II, invariant differential equations, NUS, Semester II 2011-2012.
Teaching Assistant, Math 10B, Calculus, UC San Diego, Winter 2011.
Teaching Assistant, Math 20C, Calculus for science and engineering, UC San Diego, Fall 2010.
Honors and awards
Graduate Research Assistant Fellowship, UC San Diego, 2008-2011.
Conacyt-UCMexus Fellowship, 2006-2011.
SEP Scholarship for academic excelence, 2006-2008.
TELMEX Foundation Scholarship, 2000-2005.
CONACYT-CIMAT Scholarship, 2000-2005.
"National Youth Prize", maximum public recognition that the Government of the Republic grants to young Mexican, Mexico Goverment, 2001.
Bronze Medal, International Math Olympiad (IMO), Daejon, Republic of Korea, 2000.