I am in my final year of studying mathematics (with a small side of computer science, a dash of economics, and a teaspoon of physics) at McGill University. In Fall 2021, I will be starting a M.Sc in mathematical physics here at McGill University under the supervision of Prof. Chen and Prof. Jakobson. My academic interests include math (analysis, PDEs, and mathematical physics) and physics (relativity and cosmology). I am currently studying the wave equation in Friedmann-Robertson-Walker universes with random initial conditions.
Aside from academics, I am a member SUMS (the undergrad society of math) and this semester I'm on the software sub-team for McGill's NeuroTech club. When I am not studying, I like to read, bike, and draw. I also very much like music: check out the latest Spotify playlist Anna, Dao, and myself made at an absurd hour, inspired by my obsession with my general relativity course and my questionable amount of caffeine consumption: Computing Christoffel Symbols in the Metro Station.
Check out SUMS 707: Basic Reinforcement Learning (Elementary Theory and Applications), taught by Gabriela and Viet.
Here are some class notes; I apologize in advance for any of the typos. If you spot any mistakes please don't hesitate to let me know!
For non-class notes, here are some notes on Spherical Harmonics and Eigenfunctions of the Laplacian. For expository writings, here is an Introduction to Ergodic Theory (December 2019) and Building Up to Lorentzian Causality Theory (January 2020).
I'm trying to finish my final semester of undergrad, learning some quantum mechanics, having LOTS of fun in my physics classes, and planning out life after undergrad. Stay tuned for updates :)