I’m broadly interested in theoretical computer science, artificial intelligence and mathematical economics. Most recently, graph theory, algorithmic game theory, statistical learning and their various intersections.
I also think about how tools and techniques from TCS, AI and economic design can yield insights about important societal problems.
Before Berkeley, I graduated from Oberlin College with a BA in Mathematics and Computer Science, and I’m extremely grateful for the mentorship of Adam Eck and Sam Taggart during my undergraduate years.
news / upcoming
|Jul 14, 2022||I was awarded a Hearts to Humanity Eternal (H2H8) graduate research grant for my work in graph theory and AI.|
|May 24, 2022||7th Marketplace Innovation Workshop (MIW), Talk. An Algorithmic Introduction to Savings Circles.|
|May 8, 2022||4th Games, Agents, and Incentives Workshop (GAIW), Talk. An Algorithmic Introduction to Savings Circles. Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS).|
|Mar 18, 2022||Mastercard Foundation Scholars Transformative Leadership Seminar, Guest Speaker. AI, Social Justice and Africa. Center for African Studies, Berkeley, CA.|
|Mar 10, 2022||University of Cambridge Ethics in Maths Society (CUEiMS), Invited Talk. An Algorithmic Introduction to Savings Circles. Cambridge, UK|
- AAAIAn Algorithmic Introduction to Savings CirclesIn Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2022