- current teaching: Exploring Modern Mathematics
- office: Innovation E439
- office hours: Friday, 8:30AM-9:20AM

##### seminar pages

- QVNTS (Quebec-Vermont Number Theory Seminar, meets bi-weekly at McGill and Concordia)
- unQVNTS (Our local Arithmetic Geometry seminar, meeting during QVNTS off weeks)
- Algebraic Geometry Learning Seminar (Not Active)

##### information for students

- Asking for a letter of recommendation?
- Advice for studying Arithmetic Geometry: Emerton's Comment on Terry Tao's Blog

##### about me

I am currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Vermont. Before that I was a post-doc of Ehud Hrushovski. Before that a student of Alexandru Buium. My manuscripts tend to revolve around the following themes:- Diophantine Equations
- Differential Algebraic Geometry
- Deformation Theory
- Witt Vectors , the Frobenius , and Wittferentiation
- Absolute Geometry
- Applied Model Theory
- Abelian Varieties

##### old news

- Arithmetic Geometry, AMS Western Sectional, Albuquerque, 2021
- Witt Vectors, Deformations and Absolute Geometry, Burlington, Summer 2018
- Super QVNTS workshop on Anabelian Geometry and Kummer Classes, Burlington, Fall 2016
- Special Session on Differential and Functional Equations, JMMs, Atlanta, 2016
- Arithmetic and Algebraic Differentiation, Berkeley, Summer 2015
- Arithmetic and Differential Algebraic Geometry, AMS Western Sectional, Albuquerque, 2014
- Witt Vectors, Lifting and Descent, JMMs, San Diego, 2014 --- (Slides)
- Visited MSRI. Program: Model Theory, Arithmetic Geometry and Number Theory, Spring 2014

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