I have been a PhD student of Professor Costis Daskalakis in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at MIT since Fall 2017. Before arriving at MIT, I had the great fortune of being advised in my undergraduate years by Professor Robert Tarjan at Princeton University. I have a wide range of research interests in Computer Science. I enjoy working in Statistical Learning Theory, Statistical Property Testing, Distributed Computing, Graph Algorithms, and Data Structures.
I also enjoy understanding the history of language, linguistics, poetry, and their relation to computation. I was introduced to this discipline by Professor Manjul Bhargava while I was at Princeton.
I am thankful to the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship Program for funding my research.