Research
My academic research is primarily focused in Metric Number Theory from a Diophantine approximations perspective. I am particularly interested in the connections and interplay between real and padic Diophantine approximation.
Publications
 Khintchine's Theorem with rationals coming from neighborhoods in different places, (submitted)

(joint w. A. Calderon, S. Coles, D. Davis, and J. Lanier
)
How to hear the shape of a billiard table,
(preprint)
This work began at a research cluster on polygonal billiards, organized in summer 2017 by Moon Duchin.

(joint w. H. Tyler
)
Measurement and comparison of passing networks in collegiate soccer,
Minnesota Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, Dec. 2015.
This work began during the 2014 Jasper Summer Fellow’s program.
Talks
Invited

Diophantine Approximations: From Pigeons to Continued Fractions, Undergraduate Colloquium, Manhattan College, Nov. 2020.
This talk was recorded and can be viewed here.

Diophantine Approximations: What do pigeons have to do with it?, 403 Lecture, Southwestern University, Oct. 2020.
This talk was recorded and can be viewed here.
 A Dynamical View of Numbers, Undergraduate Colloquium, University of Hartford, Feb. 2019.
Contributed

Khintchine's Theorem with rationals restricted to padic neighborhoods, Midwest Dynamical Systems Early Career Conference, Nov. 2020.
This was a short prerecorded talk connected to a poster session. The recording can be viewed here.
 On Diophantine approximations across completions of Q, Graduate Student Seminar, Wesleyan University, Feb. 2020.
 How to hear the shape of a billiard table, Graduate Student Seminar, Wesleyan University, Sep. 2019.
 A connection between badly approximable numbers and continued fractions, Graduate Student Seminar, Wesleyan University, Oct. 2018.
 Continued Fractions and Geodesics on the Modular Surface, Strength in Numbers, Queen's University, Canada, May 2018.
 Dani's Correspondence and Schmidt Games, Topology et al. Seminar, Wesleyan University, Mar. 2018.
 Shedding light on Illumination, Graduate Student Seminar, Wesleyan University, Sep. 2017.
 A brief glance at Ergodic Theory, Graduate Student Seminar, Wesleyan University, Feb. 2017.
 A look at the $25,000,000,000 eigenvector, Graduate Student Seminar, Wesleyan University, Oct. 2016.

Defensive Forwards and Offensive Backs: The 2013 Season of Manhattan College Women’s Soccer, Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Antonio, Jan. 2015.
Travel partially funded by an MAA grant.
Conferences Attended
 Midwest Dynamical Systems Early Career Conference, (virtual), Nov. 2020.
 Lattice Point Distribution and Homogeneous Dynamics, ICERM (virtual), Jun. 2020.
 Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics, Penn State, Sep. 2019.
 Midwest Dynamical Systems Early Career Conference, Ohio State University, May 2019.
 Beyond the Binary, University of Hartford, Apr. 2019.
 Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics, University of Maryland, Apr. 2019.
 Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics, Penn State, Sep. 2018.
 Houston Summer School on Dynamical Systems, University of Houston, May 2018.
 Strength in Numbers, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, May 2018.
 Upstate New York Number Theory Conference, University of Buffalo, Apr. 2018.
 Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics, University of Maryland, Apr. 2018.
 Women in Mathematics in New England September, Smith College, Sep. 2017.
 Graduate Student Conference in Algebra, Geometry, and Topology, Temple University, Jun. 2017.
 Upstate New York Number Theory Conference, Binghamton University, May 2017.
 Joint Mathematics Meetings, Atlanta, GA, Jan. 2017.
 Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Antonio, TX, Jan. 2015.