I am a fifth year PhD student in Applied Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. My thesis advisor is Constantinos Daskalakis. I am supported by the Hertz Foundation, Professor Daniel Stroock Fellowship.

Before graduate school, I double-majored in Mathematics and Computer Science at MIT. I spent summer 2007 at Joe Gallian's Duluth REU. In summer 2008, I worked as a Quantitative Analyst Intern for D.E. Shaw & Co. in New York.

My research is primarily in algorithmic game theory. I am currently studying mechanism design and related complexity theoretic and algorithmic questions. I am also interested in dynamics in games and social networks as well as spectral graph theory and cryptography.

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