I am a final year PhD student at MIT in the computer science (EECS) department, with an interest in parallel graph algorithms. My advisor is Prof. Julian Shun. I am also currently a student researcher at Google Research, where I work with Jakub Łącki on the Graph Mining team.

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 developing shared-memory parallel clustering algorithms, with strong theoretical guarantees and efficient implementations using performance engineering techniques.