I am a third-year PhD student in computer science at MIT, studying with Professor Justin Solomon. My research leverages ideas from differential and algebraic geometry, topology, and mathematical physics toward computational applications.
Previously, I spent a year at the University of Cambridge studying Part III of the Mathematical Tripos. Prior to that, I was an undergraduate at Harvard, where I was advised by Professor Steven Gortler. I also interned at Pixar Research, where I worked with Fernando de Goes on tools for manipulating discrete vector fields and on a fluid simulator based on power diagrams.
In my spare time, I enjoy singing, baking sourdough bread, and keeping bees.
I am very grateful to be supported by a Hertz Fellowship.
PhD in Computer Science, in progress
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MASt in Mathematics, 2017
University of Cambridge
AB in Computer Science, 2015