Hello! I am a third year PhD candidate in the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. My advisor is Vic Reiner, and I am interested in invariant theory and commutative algebra. Specifically, here are some topics I enjoy:

- Invariant theory of finite groups
- Symmetric functions
- Stanley-Reisner rings
- Ideals up to symmetry
- Free resolutions and syzygies

**Email:** pevzn002 "at" umn "dot" edu

**Office:** 526 Vincent Hall

I am one of the organizers for the Student Combinatorics & Algebra Seminar at UMN, along with Robbie Angarone and Carolyn Stephen. Here is a link to our schedule.

*May 2021:* Gorensteinness in the context of Stanley-Reisner rings, UMN Topics in Combinatorics course. Video. Slides.

*November 2020:* Expository talk on invariant theory of finite groups, Graduate Online Combinatorics Colloquium.
Video.
Slides.

This semester (spring 2022), I am a lecturer for Math 2263 (Multivariable Calculus) at UMN. Here are some other classes I have taught.

- Math 3283W - Sequences, Series, and Foundations (TA F20, S21)
- Math 2263 - Multivariable Calculus (TA S20, F21)
- Math 1271 - Calculus I (TA F19, Lecturer F18)