I am a PhD candidate working with the Probability Group under the supervision of
Ed Perkins. I am supported by an NSERC CGS-D scholarship. I obtained my MSc from UBC in 2016, and before that
I studied at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, where I obtained a BSc in Mathematics and Engineering.
Office: Math Building, 126
A boundary local time for one-dimensional super-Brownian motion and applications. Submitted. (arXiv)
On the boundary of the zero set of super-Brownian motion and its local time, with Ed Perkins. Submitted.
Math 104 Section 105, Fall 2018. For information about this course, please visit the Canvas page.
Math 104 Section 104, Fall 2015.