Welcome to my website. I am an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Hunter College. I teach pure and applied mathematics courses and conduct theoretical research on deterministic and stochastic nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs) from physics and engineering, specifically equations modeling fluids and dispersive phenomena. This work uses PDE techniques which combine nonlinear analysis with ideas from probability theory and the theory of dynamical systems.
Here is my CV.
I am currently teaching MATH 747 (Theory of Functions of a Real Variable II) and STAT 312/702 (Stochastic Processes/Advanced Probability Theory). Students should consult blackboard for more information.