I’m a second-year PhD student in Computer Science at NYU. I’m advised by Joan Bruna and Chris Musco and supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. My main research interests are fast algorithms for scientific computing and the theory of deep learning.

Previously, I was a research engineer at Reservoir Labs (now Qualcomm) working on modeling congestion control in communication networks and on non-convex optimization. Before that, I was an undergrad at Yale, where I was advised by Bob Frank and Dan Spielman. I was a member of the Computational Linguistics at Yale lab, and I spent a summer at the Weizmann Institute working on phylogenetic inference with Boaz Nadler and Ariel Jaffe.