I am a second year PhD student in the Statistics department at UC Berkeley. Previously,
I received an ScB in mathematics at Brown University, where I worked with Professor
Erik Sudderth and Mike Hughes on Bayesian nonparametric modeling for speaker
diarization. I like working on applied and theoretical problems at the same time. My
theoretical interests revolve around the design and analysis of statistical methods
for high dimensional problems under computational constraints. On the applied side,
I have previously worked on article recommendations at NYT, crop growth monitoring
from satellite data, and gesture recognition from kinect data.