I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.
Email: sr766936 ‘at’ dal.ca
NEWS 5/10/21: I am organizing a 2021 Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures (with generous support from the CRM, Fields, PIMS, AARMS, GEMSTONE, and the MSRI) in microlocal analysis and its applications. This is running as an intensive, online summer school spanning the months of May-August, with the target audience being graduate students. For more information, follow this link. Any graduate students (or even postdocs or permanent faculty members) interested in attending can email any of the organizers.
Feel free to email me if you have questions.
On recruiting research students:
- I am looking to take on new graduate students at both the Masters and PhD levels. Prospective graduate students should contact me before applying. Some information about my research interests can be found in Research tab on this site. See Dalhousie’s graduate program for further information.
- I am looking to hire undergraduate research assistants to work on a variety of projects. Interested students should contact me for more information and also keep in mind NSERC-USRA.
Before Dalhousie, I was a Lecturer in Analysis (U.K. equivalent of Assistant Professor), School of Mathematics at Cardiff University during the 2015-2019 academic years (with the 2018-2019 year spent as a Visiting Professor at McGill University).
My postdoctoral years were spent at the CRM-ISM postdoctoral fellow at McGill University/CRM during the 2011-2013, 2014-2015 academic period and was a member of the IHES in France during the 2013-2014 academic period. My PhD adviser at the University of Rochester was Allan Greenleaf.
My research interests are at the intersections of microlocal analysis, spectral theory, geometric measure theory, harmonic analysis, and probability.
Here is an (not so) up-to-date curriculum vitae.