I am currently an HC Wang Assisstant Professor of mathematics at Cornell University. I did my PhD on rational Cherednik algebras (2007) under the supervision of K. A. Brown and I. Gordon. I also did a Liegrits predoctoral fellowship (2007) at the University of Freiburg. Earlier, I did a BSc. (Hons.) at the University of Auckland (1999-2002) followed by Part III at Trinity College Cambridge (2002-2003).

Contact information here.


Fall 2007: STATS 101 (Introduction to statistics) and MATH 222 (Multivariable calculus)
Spring 2008: MATH 413 (Honors introduction to analysis I) Homepage.
Fall 2008: MATH 2220 (Multivariable calculus) Homepage.
Spring 2009: MATH 7350 (Topics in algebra) Course notes (pdf, 96 pages).
Fall 2009: MATH 2310 (Linear algebra with applications) Homepage and MATH 7350 (Algebraic differential algebra) Course notes (rough version in pdf, 51 pages).
Spring 2010: MATH 4130 (Honors introduction to analysis I) Homepage.


(with Shayne Waldron) The vertices of the platonic solids are tight frames. Advances in constructive approximation: Vanderbilt 2003, 495--498, Here.

(with Shayne Waldron) Tight frames and their symmetries. Constr. Approx. 21 (2005), no. 1, 83--112. Here.

Rational Cherednik algebras and diagonal coinvariants of $G(m,p,n)$. J. Algebra 311 (2007), no. 1, 231--250. arXiv.

(with Shayne Waldron) Tight frames generated by finite nonabelian groups. Numer. Algorithms 48 (2008), no. 1-3, 11--27. Here.

On category $\scr O$ for the rational Cherednik algebra of $G(m,1,n)$: the almost semisimple case. J. Math. Kyoto Univ. 48 (2008), no. 1, 27--47 arXiv.

(with Shayne Waldron) The symmetry group of a finite frame. Linear Algebra Appl. 433 (2010), no. 1, 248-262. Here.


In preparation:

(with Manuel Reyes) Theories of algebraic localization. (Will replace: "On the opposite of the category of rings." available on the arXiv.)

(with Yuri Berest) Curved representations of quivers.

Talks etc.:

A poster from the postdoc research day. (2008)
Yuri Berest and I organize the Lie Groups Seminar.


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