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
Harvard University
Designing volumetric frame fields for hexahedral meshing.
Optimization on Eulerian data with known topology constraints.