Postdoc researcher at Microsoft Research, working with the Theory Group and the Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group. Before starting at MSR, I was a Lecturer in the EECS department at UC Berkeley, designing and teaching the new first-year classes EECS16A and EECS16B. I received my PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Berkeley, where my advisor was Anant Sahai. I was also lucky to work with Jose Carmena at UC Berkeley for my MS, and I had a wonderful UROP experience in George Verghese's group as an undergrad at MIT.