About me

I’m a doctoral student in mathematics at the University of Oxford under the supervision of Heather Harrington and Ulrike Tillmann. My research interests are in applied topology, geometry, and algebra. I was previously a research assistant working on Bayesian high-dimensional clustering under the supervision of Maria De Iorio at the National University of Singapore.

Here is my CV.

When I’m not doing math, I spend time doing things related to music or fitness (XOR, at least thus far).

Academic interests
  • Computational topology and discrete Morse theory
  • Multiparameter persistence
  • Cellular sheaves
  • Bayesian statistics
  • DPhil in Mathematics, current

    University of Oxford

  • MASt in Pure Mathematics, 2022

    University of Cambridge

  • BSc in Mathematical, Computational, and Statistical Sciences, 2018

    Yale-NUS College


On a Wider Class of Prior Distributions for Graphical Models. (2024). Journal of Applied Probability, 61(1).
Cohesion and Repulsion in Bayesian Distance Clustering. (2023). Journal of the American Statistical Association.
Unsupervised Statistical Learning for Die Analysis in Ancient Numismatics. (2021). ArXiv.


  • S3.28, Mathematical Institute, Radcliffe Observatory, Andrew Wiles Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG