I am a PhD student in the MIT Theory Group, where I am very fortunate to be advised by Erik D. Demaine. I got my B.S. in CS/Math and MEng in Computer Science from MIT.
My research interests include graph algorithms (both in the sequential and parallel/distributed sense), approximation algorithms, cache-efficient algorithms, proofs of space/work, memory-hard functions and more.
I am co-organizing the A&C Seminar at MIT this year. Please email me or any of the other organizers on the website if you want to give a talk!
Links: CV (updated Dec. 2018), DBLP, Google Scholar
I was a subreviewer for the following conferences: PODC 2017, ICALP 2018, ISAAC 2018, SODA 2019, SPAA 2019.
Outside of research, I am a coach for the USA Computing Olympiad.