I am a PhD candidate in the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics at Princeton University, where my PhD advisor is
Ramon van Handel.
My research is in probability theory and I enjoy working at the intersection of probability, geometry, and analysis.
Some topics I'm interested in are high-dimensional probability, concentration of measure, random walks on graphs and groups, notions of discrete curvature, and metric embeddings.
Before Princeton, I was an undergraduate student at Brown University and worked with
Kavita Ramanan on interacting particle systems and random walks on graphs.
Email: magordin [at] princeton [dot] edu