I am a second-year PhD student at the MIT Operations Research Center. I am also affiliated with LIDS (Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems). Prior to coming to MIT, I completed an ScB in Applied Mathematics and an ScM in Computer Science concurrently at Brown University.

My research interests lie in applied probability and algorithms. My advisors are David Gamarnik and Patrick Jaillet.

Current and previous research projects:

- Interacting random walks (with Yury Polyanskiy). Demos
- Matrix completion in a noisy setting
- Convergence bounds for Markov processes
- Evacuation planning for natural disasters (with Pascal Van Hentenryck)

At MIT:

- 18.408 Algorithmic Aspects of Machine Learning
- 18.4041[J] Theory of Computation
- 6.265 Modern Discrete Probability
- 6.268 Network Science and Models
- 6.436[J] Fundamentals of Probability
- 6.251[J] Introduction to Mathematical Programming

- Computational Probability and Statistics
- Recent Applications of Probability and Statistics
- Filtering and Prediction of Hidden Markov Models
- Physical/Quantum Chemistry
- Statistical Mechanics
- Probability and Computing II (Randomized Algorithms)
- Information Theory
- Probabilities in Quantum and Statistical Mechanics
- Design and Analysis of Algorithms
- Learning and Sequential Decision Making
- Operations Research: Probabilistic Models
- Advanced Algorithms Seminar
- Analysis: Functions of One Variable

Design credit: Abhishek Nagaraj