Research in Topology
My current research focuses on low dimensional topology, topological data analysis and applications of topology to neural networks. I have learned and worked on low dimensional topology for last 4 years. Currently, I am finishing my thesis on finding contact geometric invariants on the boundary of surface complements of CP^2 using the appropriate relative trisections. My research adviser is Prof. David Gay. I have learned and worked on Morse functions and Morse 2-functions in the beginning years of my PhD.