Hello! I'm a fourth-year PhD student at the Operations Research Center at
MIT, advised by Dimitris Bertsimas.
I am broadly interested in data-driven optimization, and find the application of mathematics to urban operations and the public good in general especially motivating. My present research focuses on the optimization of large-scale public transportation systems.
Prior to coming to MIT, I spent two years at an operations research and business analytics consulting company called Analytics Operations Engineering (since acquired by McKinsey & Company). I completed my undergraduate degree at Princeton University with a major in chemistry and a minor in computer science. My undergraduate research, advised by Herschel Rabitz, focused on applying optimal control theory to quantum mechanical systems.
You can find my CV here.