I am L. E. Dickson Instructor (postdoc) in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Chicago. I completed my PhD at the
University of Michigan in April 2023, advised by Ralf Spatzier.

I am interested in
differential geometry and its generalizations,
particularly spaces of non-positive curvature.
I am also interested in dynamics, especially
insofar as it relates to the study of
geodesic flows.

I defended my thesis, entitled
"Closed geodesics and stability of negatively curved metrics," in March 2023.
Here are the slides from my defense.

## Papers

2. Approximate control of the marked length spectrum by short geodesics (

arXiv)

1. Quantitative marked length spectrum rigidity (

arXiv),
to appear in Geometry & Topology