I am a research engineer at DeepMind in London, United Kingdom. I completed my undergraduate degree in computer science at Carnegie Mellon University with a minor in mathematics.
My main technical interests are in machine learning theory and data algorithms, but I am very interested in the practice of deep learning as well. I’m lucky to have been advised by amazing professors at CMU: Avrim Blum (machine learning theory, streaming algorithms), Guy Blelloch (parallel data structures), Bob Harper (programming language semantics), and William “Red” Whittaker (mobile robots).
At CMU, I was 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.