I am a graduate student in Applied Mathematics at MIT advised by Jonathan Kelner and Tamara Broderick. My research interests lie at the intersection of machine learning theory and models with broad potential applications.
- Teaching: In addition to my teaching responsibilities at MIT, I teach part-time for Art of Problem Solving and IdeaMath.
- Google Sheets: I enjoy designing systems using Google Sheets, Forms and Apps Script for a variety of purposes. Some recent examples include the Blue Lobster Bowl Scoreboard and the Dominion League.
- Running Competitions: I was the head organizer of the MIT Integration Bee from 2016 to 2018. More recently, I have served as the Administrative Moderator for the Dominion League for two seasons.
- Faith: I am a member of City on a Hill Church in Brookline and Somerville, MA. I am also very involved in the Graduate Christian Fellowship at MIT.
- Blogging: I maintain a blog on a variety of topics called The Christian Rationalist.
- Board Games: My wife and I have a small collection of board games we like to play with various friends. I've written about board games both on Quora and on my blog. I also designed a new way to play poker called Red Seven Poker.
- Politics: Since 2015, I have maintained an active interest in politics. You can follow me on Twitter.
- Ultimate Frisbee: I play ultimate frisbee with the Ultimate Pickup Group at MIT.