I am a Ph.D. candidate under the supervision of Joel Kamnitzer in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Toronto. I expect to graduate in August 2014. My research focuses on the geometry of hypertoric varieties.
My Ph.D. thesis: Hypertoric varieties and wall-crossing. The slides from my thesis defense are here.
Here is my CV.
Some expository writing:
Computing the order of a solvable black-box group in quantum polynomial time, with applications
Shift equivalence and strong shift equivalence of subshifts of finite type
Non-Kähler Hamiltonian torus actions
Complex line bundles and gerbes (my M.Sc. research project)
The flow category of a Morse function
Equidistribution and Weyl's criterion