About me

Welcome! I am a fourth year PhD candidate participating in the unique interdisciplinary Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization (ACO) doctoral program (via Math Department) at Carnegie Mellon (CMU). I am fortunate to be advised by Prof. Ben Moseley.

I am currently doing research in theoretical computer science, with specific interests in approximation algorithms, online algorithms, and combinatorial optimization.

Before coming to CMU, I received an A.B. in Math, with a minor in Computer Science, from Princeton in 2019, followed by an M.Sc. in Mathematical Sciences from Oxford in 2020.

In my free time, I enjoy board games, plays, reading, walks and runs, and learning new words.

Service I have served as a reviewer for AISTATS 2023, ICML 2023, APPROX 2023, NeurIPs 2023, STACS 2024, AISTATS 2024. I was a volunteer at STOC 2022. From Fall 2023–Fall 2024, I co-organized the weekly Meet-and-Think Seminar where ACO/OR PhD students, postdocs, and occasionally professors share their ongoing research.