I am a Royal Society
University Research Fellow at the University of Oxford
and a chargé de recherche
en détachement (CNRS, Orsay).
My current research interests lie in derived algebraic geometry, chromatic homotopy theory, and combinatorial topology. Previously, I have carried out some research in geometric group theory with Danny Calegari. I am also interested in abelian, non-abelian, and p-adic Hodge theory. I completed my PhD as a graduate student of Jacob Lurie at Harvard, and was an undergraduate at the University of Cambridge (St. John's College). Here is my CV. If you would like to find out more about my current research, please send me a message here. |

In Trinity 2024, I'm teaching a TCC course on ∞-Categories and Deformation Theory at Oxford.

In the spring of 2022, I held lectures on ∞-categories in algebraic geometry at Orsay. In Michaelmas 2021/2022, I organised an advanced class on prismatic cohomology (following Bhatt-Scholze) and delivered Geometry tutorials at Oxford.

In 2020/2021, I organised an advanced class on condensed mathematics (following Clausen-Scholze), supervised five Part B/Part C dissertations, and held tutorials in Geometry, Group Theory, Linear Algebra, Number Theory, Rings and Modules, and Topology. Moreover, I acted as Director of Studies for Merton's fourth year students in Mathematics.

In 2019/2020, I taught a topics class on Koszul duality, organised an advanced class on the rational homotopy theory of automorphisms of manifolds (following Berglund-Madsen), and held tutorials in Geometry, Group Theory, Linear Algebra, and Topology.

In 2018/2019, I held tutorials in Geometry and Analytic Topology and organised an advanced class on chromatic homotopy theory at Oxford.

In January 2018, I gave a Mini-Course on the Partition Complex at the MPI in Bonn.

At Harvard, I delivered Vector Calculus lectures ("Math 21a") in the Fall of 2015 and in the Spring of 2017.

I recently co-organised the workshop "Generalised Lie Algebras in Derived Geometry" (29/05/23-02/06/23) in Utrecht. I also co-organised the conference "Homotopical Methods in Algebraic Geometry" (Institut Henri Poincare), the "Twinned Conference on Homotopy Theory with Applications to Arithmetic and Geometry" (MPI/Fields Institute) and the double-conference "Higher Algebra and Mathematical Physics" (MPI/Perimeter Institute).

While visiting Berkeley, I co-organised a block seminar on elliptic cohomology with Peter Teichner.

In Boston, I organised three rounds of the Harvard-MIT graduate topology seminar "Juvitop" on the Kervaire Invariant One Problem, Rational Homotopy and Formality, and Algebraic K-Theory. I also co-organised the Harvard graduate seminar "Trivial Notions".