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.