I am Ph.D. student advised by Michael Kearns in the Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania. My research interests include various topics in theoretical computer science, especially those related to computational learning theory and algorithmic game theory.
Before coming to Penn, I received my Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from Haverford College in May 2011.
PublicationsA Computational Study of Feasible Repackings in the FCC Incentive Auctions. With Michael Kearns. White paper filed with Federal Communications Commission, June 2014. (Ex Parte Cover Letter)
Pursuit-Evasion Without Regret, with an Application to Trading. With Michael Kearns and Yuriy Nevmyvaka. ICML 2014.
Efficient Inference for Complex Queries on Complex Distributions. With Michael Kearns and Lirong Xia. AISTATS 2014.
|2014 - 2015||Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Graduate Fellow for Teaching Excellence|
|Spring 2013||Instructor for CIS 192: Python Programming|
|Fall 2013||Teaching Staff for Networked Life offering on Coursera|
|Fall 2013||Teaching Assistant for NETS 112: Networked Life|
|Spring 2013||Teaching Assistant for NETS 150: Market and Social Systems on the Internet|
|2012||Software Engineer, Pulse News (now LinkedIn Pulse)|