个人经历
教育背景
个人简介
I am interested in theoretical computer science broadly. Much of my work addresses with questions like when and how can we analyze a dataset while ensuring privacy for the individuals in the dataset and how can we prevent false discovery in the empirical sciences. I study these questions and others using tools from cryptography, computational learning theory, algorithms, and game theory. Since Fall 2015, I have been an assistant professor in the College of Computer and Information Sciences at Northeastern University, where I am affiliated with the theory group and the security group. Prior to joining Northeastern I completed my PhD at Harvard University under the supervision of Salil Vadhan. I was also a postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Research on Computation and Society and in the inaugural class of junior fellows in the Simons Society of Fellows. If you are a bright and motivated student interested in theoretical computer science, I highly encourage you to apply to Northeastern! See here for more information.