About my research:
My interests lie in symplectic geometry/topology and complex algebraic geometry. More specifically, my research concerns foundational problems in symplectic topology and in Gromov-Witten (GW) theory, applications of moduli spaces of pseudoholomorphic maps, and degeneration techniques in GW theory. I am also interested in problems related to Calabi-Yau manifolds, such as Mirror Symmetry. I enjoy interdisciplinary conversations, especially if it can be related to geometry and topology.
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2013-Current: Simons Center, Stony Brook University, Research Assistant Professor.
2012-2013: Cornell University, Visiting Assistant Professor.
2007-2012: Princeton University, Ph.D. in Mathematics, Aug 2012
Thesis title: On moduli spaces of real curves in symplectic manifolds,
Thesis Adviser: Professor G. Tian.
2002-2007: Sharif University, double major in pure Mathematics and Electrical engineering.
2001-2002: I spent a year in YSC as a member of Iranian Mathematics Olympiad team.
1998-2001: Shahid Beheshti HighSchool, member of NODET.