I am currently a post-doctoral researcher in mathematics at UPenn. Before coming to Penn, I received my PhD (also in mathematics) from Rutgers. Here is a brief CV, and here are my user profiles on MathOverflow, on Google scholar and on LinkedIn.
I develop theories, algorithms and software for algebraic-topological analysis of large datasets which arise from simulations or measurements made in a variety of contexts. Here is a brief research statement (pdf alert), here are some papers, and here's the Perseus homology software.
I am not teaching this semester. For information on courses that I've taught previously, see the teaching page.
From Fall 2014 through Spring 2016, I organized the Applied Topology Seminar at Penn.