I am a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the
Department of Mathematics at
In my research I study random phenomena1 that happen in environments with fractal-like features2.
In particular I am interested in how the time evolution of these processes is connected to the geometry of the environment they take place in.
The mathematics involved in my investigations lie at the crossroads of Analysis (function spaces, harmonic analysis), Probability (continuous-time Markov processes, Dirichlet forms, heat kernels) and Geometry (metric measure theory, fractal geometry).
I find this area of research a truly fascinating one! If you are interested in learning more about it, feel free to browse through my work, check the TAMU Fractals Research Team website, or contact me :)