I am a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics at Stanford University. I am working under the supervision of Yasha Eliashberg. I am the recipient of the Maryam Mirzakhani Graduate Fellowship for 202021. My research is in symplectic geometry. I am interested in understanding Lagrangian surfaces in 4dimensions by viewing them as cobordisms between slices, which are links. My approach is to find obstructions by studying holomorphic disks with boundary on the Lagrangian. Related to this, I am interested in Obstruction Bundle Gluing. I am participating in this OBG Learning Seminar and gave a talk about Gluing a Morse flow line to itself. This Zoom talk can be found here. I spent some time thinking about Polyfolds and wrote a paper reproving Gromov NonSqueezing Theorem using Polyfolds with Franziska Beckschulte, Irene Seifert, AnnaMaria Vocke, and Katrin Wehrheim. You can find the preprint here. 

I ran the Stanford Student Symplectic Seminar during Spring 2019 and Fall 2019. I am an organiser of Stanford Women in Math Mentoring (SWIMM), a mentoring program working to better gender diversity in Mathematics, since 2017. We host many communittee events involving all our members and are working hard to make it work virtually this year. I organise events for Noetherian Ring at Stanford, since 2018. The program is run by Eleny Ionel. 
ipsi AT stanford DOT edu Office: 381A, Sloan Hall Stanford University Department of Mathematics, Building 380, Stanford, California 94305 
You may have met me in:
