## Short CV

Since January 2021, I am an Assistant Professor at

University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Before, I was an MSI Fellow at the

Australian National University (2019-2021),
a postdoctoral member of the

MSRI program
on

Higher categories and categorification (Spring 2020),
and a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Swiss NSF at

Johns Hopkins (2017-2019).
I got my PhD in 2017 at

EPF Lausanne Switzerland, under the supervision of

Kathryn Hess.
My research is supported by the

NSF grant 2203915.

These papers develop certain aspects of the theory of (∞,n)-categories or new model categories for (∞,n)-categories for general n. Most of my work focuses on the model of n-complicial sets.

These papers
develop certain aspects of the theory of (∞,2)-categories or new model categories for (∞,2)-categories. Most of my work focuses on the model of 2-complicial sets.

These papers develop certain aspects of the theory of (∞,1)-categories or new model categories for (∞,1)-categories.

This series of papers is on the topic of 2-Segal spaces and their relation with the Waldhausen construction.

My PhD thesis focuses on the study of homotopy invariants of principal bundles and geometric interpretations of characteristic classes.