I am a first year PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania in the Applied Mathematics & Computational Science group with a Benjamin Franklin Fellowship. My favorite subjects are probability and statistics.
For my undergraduate studies, I attended the University of California, Berkeley, where I double majored in Mathematics and Statistics, and minored in Computer Science. At Berkeley, I was a Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholar.
Please enjoy this picture of me at a Husky Cafe in Bangkok, Thailand.
See also my CV.
Each week during the NFL season, Ryan Brill and Nick Miller make $50 worth of NFL bets on the Bet, Sweat, and Forget Podcast
For my undergraduate senior thesis, I pursued a continuation of Learning Heuristics for Automated Reasoning through Deep Reinforcement Learning. I explored using a Graph Neural Network as a branching heuristic in Conflict Driven Clause Learning for SAT solving.
Exploring Singapore at Research in Industrial Projects for Students, Singapore:
Low-rank approximations of my face, using the SVD: