I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California. In Fall 2016 I will be on leave visiting the IAS.

From 2012-2016 I was first a Szegö Assistant Professor and then an NSF postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University. I completed my Ph.D. in 2012 at MIT (including two years on exchange at U.C. Berkeley), working with Denis Auroux.

More details can be found in my CV (last updated 8/2016).

I'm interested in symplectic topology. Much of my
recent work
concerns structural aspects of *Fukaya categories* and *Floer theory*, using methods of *homological algebra* and *non-commutative geometry*, with applications to *mirror symmetry* and *string topology*.

*Automatically generating Fukaya categories and computing quantum cohomology*, available at arXiv:1605.07702.

(with Y. Eliashberg and O. Lazarev) *Flexible Lagrangians*, available at arXiv:1510.01287.

(with M. Abouzaid) * Generating Fukaya categories of Landau-Ginzburg models*, in preparation.

(with M. Abouzaid) *Exact triangles from Fukaya categories of LG models*, in preparation.

(with R. Cohen) * Calabi-Yau categories, the Floer theory of a cotangent bundle, and the string topology of the base*, in preparation.

(with T. Perutz and N. Sheridan) *Mirror symmetry: from categories to curve counts*, available at arXiv:1510.03839.

(with T. Perutz and N. Sheridan) *The cyclic open-closed map and non-commutative Hodge structures*, in preparation.

*Cyclic homology, S^1-equivariant Floer cohomology, and Calabi-Yau structures*, to appear.

(The second of two papers that subsumes my thesis) *Symplectic cohomology from Hochschild (co)homology*, (essentially complete) draft available at here.

(The first of two papers that subsumes my thesis) *Symplectic integral transforms from open-closed string maps*, (essentially complete) draft available here.

(with M. Maydanskiy) *Legendrian Surgery Formulae and P. Seidel's
Conjecture*, appendix to Bourgeois, Ekholm, and Eliashberg's *Effect of
Legendrian Surgery*, available at arXiv:0911.0026, published in Geometry and Topology **16** (2012), no. 1, 301-389.

(My thesis, essentially subsumed by two papers above) * Symplectic cohomology and duality for the wrapped Fukaya category*, available at arXiv:1304.7312. A slightly more up to date version is available here.

- Math 51 (Stanford, Summer 2016)
- Math 257b (Stanford, Spring 2016)
- Math 171 (Stanford, Spring 2016)
- Math 51(Stanford, Winter 2015)
- Math 113 (Stanford, Spring 2013)
- Math 215B (Stanford, Winter 2013)
- Math 51 (Stanford, Fall 2012)

- In January 2016, I served on the resident scientific committee of a graduate student workshop on Lefschetz Fibrations: Rigidity and Flexibility, held in New Orleans.
- From 2009-2013, I co-organized the Talbot Workshop. In 2010 and 2011 I co-organized the MIT Geometry Workshop.
- Here are some notes from conferences and seminars, which I am currently organizing and formatting. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like clarification.