I am a PhD student at MIT in the computer science (EECS) department, with an interest in parallel graph algorithms. My advisor is Prof. Julian Shun.

I graduated from Princeton with an A.B. in mathematics, with highest honors. I worked with Prof. Maria Chudnovsky for my senior thesis, and with Dr. Jérémie Lumbroso for my junior independent work.

Research interests

My current research focuses on designing scalable graph mining and hypergraph processing algorithms, with strong theoretical guarantees and efficient implementations under unified frameworks. In the past, I have also been interested in structural graph theory and analytic combinatorics.