**Department of Mathematics
University of Toronto**

I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto. Before coming to Toronto, I was a Milnor Lecturer at the Institute for Mathematical Sciences
at Stony Brook University from 2013 to 2017. I obtained my Ph.D. in Mathematics from Cornell University in 2013, under the supervision of John H. Hubbard.
I also have a M.S. in Computer Science from Cornell University and a M.S. in Mathematics
from Scoala Normala Superioara, Bucharest.

I got my B.Sc. degree in Mathematics from the University of Bucharest, and my B.Eng. in Computer Science and Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest.

Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory, Complex Analysis in one or several variables

Computer Science, especially Databases and Large Scale Architecture Systems

For a more detailed description of my research interests, please take a look at my research page.

This fall I am teaching *MAT334: Complex Variables* at the University of Toronto (UTM campus).
Next semester I will teach *MAT302: Introduction to Algebraic Cryptography*.

At Stony Brook I taught MAT 331 (Spring 2017, Fall 2015),
an introductory course about the interplay between mathematics and computer science.
To see a list of courses that I have taught in the past at Cornell University and Stony Brook University
select "Teaching" from the top menu.

I am co-organizer for the Dynamics Seminar
at the University of Toronto.

I organized a Special Session on "Holomorphic Dynamics" at the AMS Sectional Meeting at Stony Brook University.

During my PhD, I also organized the Dynamics Seminar at Cornell University.

Last updated September 2018