## About me

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Barnard College, Columbia University.
My research focuses on the interplay between probabilistic and algebraic properties of lattice models in statistical mechanics. My most recent work is related to random matrix theory and interacting particle systems with applications to random growth models, traffic models and combinatorics. I am grateful to be supported by NSF-2153958. My cv is here. Before joining Barnard faculty, I was an Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago (Department of Statistics). Prior to that, I was an NSF postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Mathematics at Columbia University. I received my Ph.D. in mathematics from MIT in 2017, advised by Alexei Borodin. |
Sometimes, when I'm going somewhere, I wait. And then somewhere comes to me |

## Research

All my papers are available on arxiv, please see this link:

- "Multi-level loop equation for β-corners processes ", preprint, joint with Evgeni Dimitrov;
- "Stationary measure for the open KPZ equation", preprint, joint with Ivan Corwin, submitted;
- "Asymptotics of discrete β-corners processes via two-level discrete loop equations" joint with Evgeni Dimitrov, submitted;
- "q-Racah ensemble and q-P(E^(1)_7/A^(1)_1) discrete Painlevé equation", joint with Anton Dzhamay, International Mathematical Research Notices, 2020 (24), 9797-9843;
- "Generalizations of TASEP in discrete and continuous inhomogeneous space", joint with L. Petrov and A. Saenz, Communications in Mathematical Physics, 372 (3), 797-864;
- "Log-gases on a quadratic lattice via discrete loop equations and q-boxed plane partitions," joint with E. Dimitrov, Journal of Functional Analysis, 276 (10), 3067-3169, 2019;
- "Random tilings: gap probabilities, local and global asymptotics", Doctoral thesis, 2017;
- "Asymptotics of random domino tilings of rectangular Aztec diamonds" with A. Bufetov, Annales de l'Institute Henri Poincaré, Probabilités et Statistiques, 54 (3), 1250-1290, 2018;
- "Moduli spaces of q-connections and gap probabilities", International Mathematical Research Notices, 2016 (22), 6921-6954;
- "Algebraic analogue of Atiyah's theorem" with A. Neshitov, Homology, Homotopy and Applications, 16 (2), 289-306, 2014;

**Conferences:**

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Universality and Integrability in Random Matrix Theory and Interacting particle Systems,

MSRI, Aug 2021-Dec 2021 www.msri.org/programs/328

Probability, integrability and conformal invariance, Simons Center, August-September 2021

scgp.stonybrook.edu/archives/3365

World Meeting for Woman in Mathematics, July 2022

2022.worldwomeninmaths.org/

Universality and Integrability in Random Matrix Theory and Interacting particle Systems,

MSRI, Aug 2021-Dec 2021 www.msri.org/programs/328

Probability, integrability and conformal invariance, Simons Center, August-September 2021

scgp.stonybrook.edu/archives/3365

World Meeting for Woman in Mathematics, July 2022

2022.worldwomeninmaths.org/

## Teaching |

**The University of Chicago:**STAT38100, STAT25211

**Columbia University:**Calculus I

**Massachusetts Institute of Technology:**TA for Linear Algebra, Algebra, Algebraic Geometry and Numerical Analysis

## Service

Committee on Computational and Applied Mathematics, the University of Chicago, 2021-2023;

Committee on Community, Equity, Diversity, the University of Chicago, Department of Statistics, 2021-2022;

AWM Chapter at Barnard College and Columbia University, faculty advisor and mentoring program coordinator, 2017–2020;

Co-organizer Columbia Probability Seminar, 2017–2020;

MIT PRIMES, mentor for research projects for high school students, 2014–2015.

Committee on Community, Equity, Diversity, the University of Chicago, Department of Statistics, 2021-2022;

AWM Chapter at Barnard College and Columbia University, faculty advisor and mentoring program coordinator, 2017–2020;

Co-organizer Columbia Probability Seminar, 2017–2020;

MIT PRIMES, mentor for research projects for high school students, 2014–2015.