Hi, I'm Lalit Jain, a postdoc in mathematics at the University of Michigan.
My research interests revolve around algebraic geometry, number theory, and machine learning. These days I spend most of my time thinking about monodromy, randking and embedding problems, random graphs and active learning. My advisor in grad school was Professor Jordan Ellenberg and I also worked closely with Professor Robert Nowak.
You can download a copy of my CV here.
My previous career was as a Teach for America corps member in San Francisco at Ida B. Wells Continuation High School. I used to teach for the San Francisco and Oakland Math Circles and I was an organizer for Madison Math Circles. Educational equity is something I am very passionate about and love to discuss.