I obtained my Ph.D. in 2021 from the Department of Mathematics at Emory University under the supervision of John Duncan.
The focus of my current research is on representation theory, modular forms, elliptic curves, and moonshine. I am more broadly interested in number theory, algebra, geometry, and mathematical physics.
I have an undergraduate degree in Physics (with a minor in Mathematics) from Lahore University of Management Sciences, in Lahore, Pakistan.
I enjoy teaching and spend a lot of time thinking about effective and inclusive teaching practices. I earned two teaching fellowships and a teaching award during my time in graduate school. You can find details about the fellowships and awards here.
I taught "Representation Theory for Finite Groups" in Spring 2022 at Stockholm University. See the "Teaching" tab for more details.
Since Spring 2021, I have been co-organizing a virtual seminar titled "What is... a seminar?" with Alexander Clifton. Please see the seminar website for more information, and sign up to give a talk here.
My non-mathematical hobbies include photography and cooking.