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About Me

I am a graduate student in the harmonic analysis research group in UBC's mathematics department.

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Research

The Kakeya problem in geometric measure theory concerns the size of
Kakeya sets- sets in space that contain a unit line segment in every direction.
Finite, combinatorial analogues of the Kakeya problem have been formulated in order
to better understand the Kakeya problem. Recently, lots of progress has been made on
the combinatorial versions of these problems using a technique known as the polynomial
method. I am currently reading up on the polynomial method to learn more about it.

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Teaching

This semester, I am a recitation instructor for Vantage Math 101 . The main instructor is Fok-Shuen Leung; his Vantage math 101 page is here.

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