“Four things do not come back: the spoken word, the sped arrow, the past life, and the neglected opportunity.”
― Ted Chiang, The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate
Updated February 10th, 2023
I am a third-year PhD at the Network Science Institute of Northeastern University. My interests are (1) human cooperation, (2) group dynamics, and (3) artificial intelligence. Currently, I am studying how to approximate mental models with AI and methods to improve small group dynamics. Here is my CV
In my free time I make tutorials on YouTube that cover topics from OpenCV, Raspberry Pi, to Data Science. Making videos is fun and a entertaining way help others learn new things. Here is a link to my channel and some selected tutorial blog posts.
I graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with majors in Mathematics and Psychology and a minor in Computer Science. There I worked on modeling temporal Reddit data, modeling pedestrian walking paths, and visualizing and modeling data from a fleet of Fitbits.
Previously, I interned at Blackthorne Capital Management and Starkey Hearing Technologies. At Blackthorne, I was a software development intern working on a predictive analytics application built with Java's Eclipse Rich Client Platform. At Starkey, I was an iOS app development intern using Xamarin/C# with Starkey's suite of iPhone apps.