I am a fifth-year PhD student in the Center for Applied Mathematics at Cornell University, where I am advised by Siddhartha Banerjee. My current research mainly falls into two focal areas. First, I am interested in the design of online algorithms for combinatorial problems, particularly with applications to game theory. Second, I am eager to develop better estimators for causal effects in settings with network interference. In addition, I have a passion for teaching and curricular development. I have helped to develop undergraduate course materials for the Cornell Math Department's Active Learning Initiative, Cornell Engineering's Academic Excellence Workshops, and Cornell's Computer Science department. Beyond academia, I am interested in cooking, baking, and origami, and I am a devoted fan of the Buffalo Bills.
PhD in Applied Mathematics, 2024 (anticipated)
Cornell University
Masters of Science, 2022
Cornell University
Bachelors of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science, 2019
University at Buffalo
In Fall 2022, I co-taught CS 2800: Discrete Structures with Alexandra Silva.
I will be teaching CS 2800 again this fall with Noah Stephens-Davidowitz.
In Summer 2023, I taught ENGRI 1101: Engineering Applications of Operations Research as part of Cornell’s Pre-Collegiate Summer Scholars Program.
In addition, I have been a teaching assistant for the following courses:
Finally, I have had positions through the Cornell Math Department’s Active Learning Initiative and the Cornell Computer Science Department to develop course materials.