I am a Herchel Smith Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Cambridge and a Junior Research Fellow in Trinity College. Previously, I obtained my PhD in the probability group in the University of British Columbia in Vancouver under the supervision of Asaf Nachmias and Omer Angel. Before that, I completed my BA and MMath at King's College, Cambridge.

I was an intern in the Microsoft Research Theory Group in the summers of 2015, 2016, and 2017, and was supported during my PhD by a Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship.

Probability: percolation, spin systems, self-avoiding walk, probability on groups, spanning forests, planar graphs, circle packing, random graphs, maps, and other structures, random walk, potential theory random permutations.

- An operator-theoretic approach to nonamenable percolation, INI 2018.
- Interlacements and the uniform spanning forest, CIRM 2017.
- Percolation on nonunimodular graphs, Tel Aviv 2017
- The Strange Geometry of High-Dimensional Spanning Forests, MSR 2016.
- Circle Packing and Random Triangulations, MSR 2015.
- Indistinguishability of Trees in Uniform Spanning Forests, Banff 2015.
- Reversible Hyperbolic Triangulations: Circle Packing and Random Walk, Banff 2014.

- Gabor Pete:
*Kazhdan groups have cost 1*, Tel Aviv 2018. - Nicolas Curien:
*Geometric and spectral properties of causal maps*, Tel Aviv 2017 - Yuval Peres :
*The strange geometry of high-dimensional spanning forests*, MIT 2017. - Omer Angel:
*Parabolic and Hyperbolic Unimodular Maps*, INI 2015. - Asaf Nachmias:
*Uniform Spanning Forests of Planar Graphs*, INI 2015.

*Kazhdan groups have cost 1*, with Gabor Pete. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*No percolation at criticality on certain groups of intermediate growth*, with Jonathan Hermon. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Locality of the critical probability for transitive graphs of exponential growth*. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Anomalous diffusion of random walks on random planar maps*, with Ewain Gwynne. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Percolation on hyperbolic graphs*. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Universality of high-dimensional spanning forests and sandpiles*. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Coalescing random walk on unimodular graphs*, with Eric Foxall and Matthew Junge.**Electronic Communications in Probability (ECP)**, Volume 23 (2018), paper no. 62, 10 pp.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTex ]*Mallows permutations as stable matchings*, with Omer Angel, Alexander E. Holroyd and Avi Levy. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Statistical physics on a product of trees*.**Annales de l’Institut Henri Poincaré (AIHP)**, to appear.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Non-uniqueness and mean-field criticality for percolation on nonunimodular transitive graphs*. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Geometric and spectral properties of causal maps*, with Nicolas Curien and Asaf Nachmias. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Counterexamples for percolation on unimodular random graphs*, with Omer Angel.**Contemporary Mathematics**, Volume 719, 2018.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Self-avoiding walk on nonunimodular transitive graphs*.**Annals of Probability**, to appear.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*The Hammersley-Welsh bound for self-avoiding walk revisited*.**Electronic Communications in Probability (ECP)**, Volume 23 (2018), paper no. 5, 8 pp.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Finitely Dependent Cycle Coloring*, with Alexander E. Holroyd and Avi Levy.**Electronic Communications in Probability (ECP)**, Volume 23 (2018), paper no. 64, 12 pp.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Harmonic Dirichlet Functions on Planar Graphs*. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Mallows Permutations and Finite Dependence*, with Alexander E. Holroyd and Avi Levy. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*Indistinguishability of collections of trees in the uniform spanning forest*. Preprint.

[ arXiv | pdf | abstract | BibTeX ]*The Component Graph of the Uniform Spanning Forest: Transitions in Dimensions 9, 10, 11, ...*

with Yuval Peres.**Probability Theory and Related Fields (PTRF)**, to appear.

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*Hyperbolic and Parabolic Unimodular Random Maps*, with Omer Angel, Asaf Nachmias

and Gourab Ray.**Geometric and Functional Analysis (GAFA)**, July 2018, Volume 28, Issue 4, pp 879–942.

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*Critical percolation on any quasi-transitive graph of exponential growth has no infinite clusters.***Comptes Rendus Mathematique**, Volume 354, Issue 9, Pages 944-947.

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*Uniform Spanning Forests of Planar Graphs.*with Asaf Nachmias. Preprint.

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*Interlacements and the Wired Uniform Spanning Forest.***Annals of Probability**, Volume 46, Number 2 (2018), 1170-1200.

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*Boundaries of Planar Graphs: A Unified Approach.*with Yuval Peres.**Electronic Journal of Probability (EJP)**, Volume 22 (2017), paper no. 100, 20 pp.

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*Indistinguishability of Trees in Uniform Spanning Forests.*with Asaf Nachmias.**Probability Theory and Related Fields (PTRF)**, June 2017, Volume 168, Issue 1–2, pp 113–152.

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*Collisions of Random Walks in Reversible Random Graphs.*with Yuval Peres.**Electronic Communications in Probability (ECP)**, 20, no. 63, 1-6, 2015.

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*Wired Cycle-Breaking Dynamics for Uniform Spanning Forests.***Annals of Probability**, 44 (2016), no. 6, 3879-3892.

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*Unimodular Hyperbolic Triangulations: Circle Packing and Random Walk.*with Omer Angel,

Asaf Nachmias and Gourab Ray.**Inventiones Mathematicae**, (2016) 206: 229. doi:10.1007/s00222-016-0653-9.

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- My PhD thesis,
*Discrete Probability and the Geometry of Graphs*, is available through the UBC library.