When a man walks into a room, he brings his whole life with him.
He has a million reasons for being anywhere. Just ask him. – Mad Men
I am a software engineer in Berlin, with expertise in full-stack
development. So far, I had been doing a math PhD at the
Humboldt-Universität in Berlin. You can get in touch via Twitter, LinkedIn or
Math research & teaching
I’m currently finishing my math PhD under Prof. Chris
Wendl at the
Berlin. My research focused on holomorphic curves in different contexts of symplectic/contact geometry.
My master’s thesis back
at the Chennai Mathematical Institute focused on being
a graduate introduction to J-holomorphic curves in symplectic topology.
Over 2015-19, I’ve assisted in teaching various mathematics and programming courses at CMI, aimed at bachelor’s and master’s students.
A special case analogue of Gromov invariant for symplectic Calabi-Yau
3-folds, following [Bai-Swaminathan, ‘21],
Symplectic Geometry Research
Seminar, HU Berlin, Dec
What is Floer homology?, BMS “What is …?”
Seminar (online), Jul 16 2021,
Symplectic reduction, BMS Symplectic Geometry Student
Seminar (online), Jun 25
Symplectic cohomology of Liouville sectors, Augsburg-Berlin-Hamburg-Regensburg Seminar Symplektische Geometrie (online), Jun 01 2021, notes.
Transversality and symmetry for pseudoholomorphic cover, Chennai Mathematical Institute (online), Aug 12 2020, notes.
My well-written homework assignments for an introductory course on Floer
My graduate statement of purpose provided as a reference for grad school applicants from my alma mater interested in geometry.
My cousin’s recordings (1,
3) on YouTube.
My hobbies include (volleyball, weight training), reading (history & non-fiction) and playing the violin.