My research lies at the intersection of differential, algebraic and noncommutative geometry. I'm interested in topics that have close links with mathematical physics.

More precisely, I study Poisson varieties, and the noncommutative algebras obtained from them through the mysterious transcendental process of deformation quantization. In practice, this involves connections with several other topics, such as classical/derived algebraic geometry, D-modules, moduli spaces, the Stokes phenomenon and multiple zeta values.

For more details, see my publications.

I am involved in the development of a package for symbolic calculations with Poisson brackets and Kontsevich's deformation quantization formula. Please visit the public git repository for more information.

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Before joining the faculty at McGill, I spent time at:

- The University of Edinburgh, as a Seggie Brown Fellow (2017-01 to 2018-12) and a member of the Hodge Institute in the School of Mathematics
- The University of Oxford, as an EPSRC Postdoctoral Research Assistant at the Mathematical Institute (2014-01 to 2017-12) and a Junior Research Fellow at Jesus College (2014-10 to 2017-12)
- McGill University, as a Postdoctoral Fellow (2013-07 to 2013-12) in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics
- The University of Toronto, where I completed an MSc (2008) and PhD (2013) in Mathematics
- Queen's University, where I completed a BScE (2007) in Engineering Physics