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I'm a PhD student at Simon Fraser University working under the supervision of Bojan Mohar. Right now, I'm working the odd disjoint paths problem, clique immersions in signed graphs, and other parity versions of structural graph problems. I have also worked on algorithms for recognizing so-called monopolar graphs, whose vertices can be partitioned into an independent set and a disjoint union of cliques.

I have a wide range of interests and hobbies outside of math. On this site, you can find my projects involving design, programming, and writing. In my spare time I also like to cook, play board games, and discover mildly interesting facts.