Research Interests
My interests include:
 Tropical, log, and real GromovWitten theory
 Algebrogeometric aspects of mirror symmetry (e.g., theta functions, coherent sheaves, polyvector fields)
 Cluster varieties
 Quantization and Hall algebras
 The interplay of everything listed above.
Papers
Also see my pages on arXiv, Google Scholar, and ResearchGate.Publsihed:

With F. BlanchetSadri and Gautam Sisodia, Periods in Partial Words: An Algorithm, Journal of Discrete Algorithms, Vol. 16, 2012, pp 113128.
(From an REU I did in 2007, not related to my current research).
Preprints:
 Tropical quantum field theory, mirror polyvector fields, and multiplicities of tropical curves, with Helge Ruddat
 DonaldsonThomas invariants from tropical disks, with ManWai Cheung
Notes from some talks I've given
 Notes for my minicourse Log geometry, tropical geometry, and mirror symmetry for cluster varieties, presented at the conference Valuations and birational geometry in Lille, France, May 2019.
 Notes and videos from three lectures I gave at the KIAS scientific workshop Cluster Algebras and Log GW Invariants in GS program in 2017.
 Descendant log GW invariants are tropical curve counts.
 Broken lines and theta functions.
 Theta functions and log GW invariants.
 Slides from my talk Tropical curve counting and canonical bases at the 2015 AMS Summer Institute in Algebraic Geometry.
 Some incomplete notes on Mirror symmetry and cluster algebras from a course I taught at QGM (Fall, 2014).
 Notes from my talk "GrossHackingKeel I" at the MITRTG Mirror Symmetry Workshop in 2013, explaining the main construction of the GrossHackingKeel paper Mirror symmetry for log CalabiYau surfaces I.
 Some very short introductory notes on GIT from a talk I gave at UT Austin's student geometry seminary in 2013.
 Worksheet from a talk I gave on compass and straightedge constructions for Saturday Morning Math Group (SMMG), a UT Austin program where graduate students and faculty memebers give lectures to elementary, middle, and highschool students.
Teaching
I am not currently teaching, but here is a list of courses I have taught in the past:At University of Utah:
At University of Aarhus (QGM):
At University of Texas at Austin (teaching assistant and grader positions):