I am a PhD student at Harvard University, fortunate to be advised by Prof. Peter Love. I am affiliated with the Theory of Computation group at Harvard and the Quantum Information Theory group at Tufts.
For most of Summer 2022, I was a visiting student at Bocconi University in Milan hosted by the wonderful Prof. Luca Trevisan. I spent the remaining time of Summer 2022 at UC Santa-Barbara, attending the workshop on Spectral Indepenence and Entropy Decay.
I am generally interested in Theoretical Computer Science and Mathematical Physics. More specifically, my interests lie somewhere in the union of High-Dimensional Probability, Algorithmic Spin-Glass Theory, Quantum Information Theory, Sum-of-Squares Optimization, Discrete Harmonic Analysis and Random Matrix Theory.
Previously, I was a Research Engineer at Kensho, Inc. in the Graph-Infrastructure team. I finished my undergraduate studies from UIUC with a BS in Physics, and minors in Computer Science & Mathematics.