About Me

I am a student at the University of Rochester majoring in Computer Science.

I am currently doing research with Professor Henry Kautz where we mine Twitter data to track the spread of diseases. I am also a TA and Workshop Leader for two undergraduate Computer Science courses, and am the Tutoring Chair for the University's Computer Science Undergraduate Council.
In Summer 2014, I developed a prototype of a full-body movement analysis system for Fitruvia and created extensive documentation and testing systems for LOTlib. The previous summer (Summer 2013), I developed a website where people can learn about, discuss, create, and solve unsolved problems. Before college, I wrote computer programs to compose music (violin duets, string quartets and fiddle tunes) in Mathematica, and submitted a paper on graph theory to the 2011 Intel Science Talent Search.
I have also taken numerous Massive Open Online Courses on Coursera, including ones on Machine Learning, Data Science, Natural Language Processing, Computer Networks and Algorithms, which has helped me to develop a broad understanding of many topics pertaining to Computer Science.