I am a first year Ph.D. student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, working with Professor Justin Solomon in the Geometric Data Processing Group at CSAIL with support from the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program. I received my B.A. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Pomona College, where I was advised by Professor Vin de Silva.
In past summers, I have done research in computational biology in the Department of Computer Science at Harvey Mudd College and computational topology in the Data Analysis and Visualization group at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. I have also done a software engineering internship at Google Maps.
In my spare time, I enjoy taking photos, cooking, and making cocktails.
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Ph.D. in Computer Science, in progress
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.A. in Mathematics and Computer Science, 2017
A web app that finds the shortest path between any two Wikipedia articles. First place finisher in advanced category at the Spring 2015 Claremont 5C hackathon.
An online multiplayer 3D snake game. People’s Choice winner at the Spring 2016 Claremont 5C Hackathon.