Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
Office: LeRoy E. Cowles Building (LCB), 202
My research interests lie broadly in the field of probability theory, including its intersections with mathematical physics, analysis, and combinatorics. Currently, I have been interested in developing universal laws that govern the spatial geometry of various random growth models.
On the number and size of holes in the growing ball of first-passage percolation with Michael Damron, Julian Gold, and Wai-Kit Lam. Preprint (2022).
Coalescence estimates for the corner growth model with exponential weights with Timo Seppäläinen. Electron. J. Probab. 25: 1-31 (2020). DOI: 10.1214/20-EJP489