I am a 4th year PhD student in the Department of Mathematics
at Princeton University, advised by Professor Mihalis Dafermos.
I am interested in analysis and PDE, more specifically nonlinear wave equations and general relativity. In particular, my current research concerns the formation of behaviour of singularities in general relativity, such as singularities arising from black holes as well as Big Bang type singularities.
- Kasner-like description of spacelike singularities in spherically symmetric spacetimes with scalar matter, preprint available at arxiv:2304.04802.
- (with Maxime van de Moortel) Kasner inversions and fluctuating collapse inside hairy black holes with charged matter, preprint available at arxiv:2302.00046.
- Analysis Seminar, University of Toronto, 3 November, 2023.
- Cretan Waves Workshop, University of Crete, 11 October, 2023.
- London PDE Seminar, UCL, 23 June, 2023.
- Mathematical GR and Hyperbolic PDE Seminar, Online, 16 June, 2023.
- Seminar of Differential Equations and Numerical Analysis, University of Crete, 9 May, 2023.
- Junior Analysis and PDE Seminar, University of Cambridge, 24 January, 2023.
- Graduate Student Seminar, Princeton University, 15 September, 2022.
- PhD in Mathematics (ongoing), Princeton University.
- MMath (2020), Trinity College, University of Cambridge.
- B.A. in Mathematics (2019), Trinity College, University of Cambridge.
During Fall 2023, I am a preceptor for MAT201 Multivariable Calculus
Previously, I have been a TA for MAT202 Linear Algebra with Applications (Spring 2023).