I am a PhD student at NYU Tandon advised by Lisa Hellerstein. I am broadly interested in algorithms, complexity theory, and discrete mathematics.

I received my undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from Middlebury College. At Middlebury, I designed quantum algorithms for graph theory problems with Shelby Kimmel and worked on applications of math in recreational board games with Alex Lyford.

Funded by the Dean’s PhD Fellowship

CS-GY 6923: Machine Learning (Spring 2021)

CS-GY 6763: Algorithmic Machine Learning and Data Science (Fall 2021)

MATH 345: Combinatorics (Spring 2020)

MATH 310: Probability (Fall 2019)

MATH 223: Multivariable Calculus (Spring 2019)

MATH 200: Linear Algebra (Fall 2018)

CSCI 302: Algorithms and Complexity (Spring 2020)

CSCI 333: Quantum Computing (Fall 2019)

CSCI 201: Data Structures (Spring 2019)

CSCI 200: Math Foundations of Computing (Spring, Fall 2018)