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I am a PhD student in the Theory Group of the EECS Department at UC Berkeley, advised by Jelani Nelson. My research lies broadly in algorithm design. I am particularly interested in questions arising from high-dimensional statistics, machine learning, and processing massive data.

I was a graduate student in the Theory of Computation group at Harvard, before moving to Berkeley with my advisor. Prior to that, I received my B.S. in Computer Science and in Mathematics from Duke University, where I had the fortune of working with Rong Ge and Debmalya Panigrahi.

I help with Berkeley Algorithms Office Hours, where the goal is to bridge theory and applications of algorithms. If you come up with algorithmic problems from your (applied) research, feel free to reach out.