I am currently a senior studying Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics and Logic at Carnegie Mellon University.
Starting Fall 2019 I will be a PhD student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
My area of interest is theoretical computer science, in particular, algorithms and combinatorial optimization used to solve real world problems. As an undergraduate, I worked with Professor R. Ravi on projects relating to algorithm design for recommendation system diversification and student-question ranking problems. During the summer of 2018, I worked with Professor Samir Khuller on fair clustering algorithms.
I grew up in Princeton Junction, New Jersey, which is around ten minutes outside of Princeton University. During high school, I had the opportunity to participate in the Program for Algorithmic and Combinatorial Thinking, which inspired my love for theory and discrete math.