About Me

Hello! I am a first year Computer Science PhD student in the Graduate Group in Computer Science at UC Davis where I have the great fortune of being advised by Luis Rademacher.

My research interests lie in the field of Theoretical Computer Science more specifically in Computational Complexity, Algorithms, Optimization, and more recently, Algorithmic Game Theory.

I got my Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering at UC Davis as well, where I was grateful to have been advised by Professor Patrice Koehl.

I am currently co-authoring an undergraduate level textbook with Professor Dipak Ghosal on the introduction to probability theory and stochastic processes with an emphasis on their applications in Computer Science.

Since 2017, I have served as the chair of the CS Tutoring Committee at UC Davis along with Aaron Kaloti and Matthew Sotoudeh. Over the past two years, we have grown a lot and have over 50 active tutors every quarter.