I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and
Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago, advised by Alexander Furman. My principle research
interests lie in the intersection of Ergodic Theory and Geometric Group Theory. In particular, the asymptotic and
geometric properties of subgroups of Lie groups and random walks on subgroups of Lie groups. I have proven various
results about the entropy of stationary dynamical systems, and the factorizability of such systems, which occur in
the context of Gromov hyperbolic groups. Here's a copy of my CV.
Research

On the Lattice of Boundaries and the Entropy Spectrum
of Hyperbolic Groups, preprint.
 Quotients of Poisson Boundaries, Entropy, and Spectral
Gap, Alexander Furman, in
preparation.
Current Teaching
 Math 121  Precalculus: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8  8:50 am and 10  10:50 am
 Math 180  Calc I: Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:50pm
Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 910 am
Organizing

2018 Graduate Student Geometry and Topology Conference
 An annual conference for graduate students in topology and geometry to present their work to their peers. Coorganized with Janis Lazovskis, Nathan Lopez, Christoper Perez, and Keaton Quinn, with oversight by David Dumas. 
Graduate
Geometry, Topology, and Dynamics Seminar at UIC
 I was the principal organizer from Fall 2019 to Spring 2022
Previous Teaching
 Math 121  Precalculus
 Math 165  Calculus for Business
 Math 180  Calculus I
 Math 181  Calculus II
 Math 210  Calculus III
 Emerging Scholars Program: Calculus I, Calculus II
Outreach
 I have also worked as an instructor for Math Circles of Chicago since 2017, including QED Math Fair judging.
 I have been an assistant for the UIC Mathematics Olypiad Program
 In the summer of 2022, I was an instructor for the Young Scholars Program .