I am a PhD student in Statistics with a focus on robotics at UC Berkeley. I love physics, mathematics, natural sciences, and computational sciences, with a strong background in computational research in quantitative fields. I am interested in research opportunities spanning control theory, sequential decision making, and machine learning, with applications in robotics. During my time at Harvard University, I received 4th year combined master's degree in Statistics, and Magna Cum Laude with Highest Honors for bachelor's degree in Physics and Mathematics. I am grateful to be supported by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
Outside of school work and research, I love photographing, choreographing, break dancing, snowboarding, and playing electric guitar. You can check out my work here.