I am a senior computer science major at Carnegie Mellon University. After graduating, I will be a research engineer at the exciting Google DeepMind in London, United Kingdom.
My main technical interests are in machine learning theory, approximation algorithms, parallel algorithms, and reinforcement learning. I’m lucky to have been advised by amazing professors: Guy Blelloch (parallel algorithms), Avrim Blum (machine learning theory, approximation algorithms), Bob Harper (programming language semantics), and William “Red” Whittaker (mobile robots).
At CMU, I’ve been involved in parliamentary debate, contest programming, contest math, and TA’ing our introductory undergraduate theory class (15-251). See my resume for more details on my professional experience. I also use Github and Linkedin