Research Interests

I develop combinatorial, algebraic and geometric methods to study hypergeometric functions and differential equations in several variables. The systematic study of hypergeometric functions was initiated by Gauss, Euler and Riemann, and these functions have found many applications, not just in different areas of Mathematics, but also in Science and Engineering.
My particular approach to this subject comes from Algebraic Geometry and the algebraic study of differential equations (D-module theory), but has a significant component of (algebraic) combinatorics.

Please contact me if you wish to learn more about these fascinating objects!

Coming soon: slides of some expository talks.