About me

I am pursuing my PhD in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University where I’m fortunate to be advised by Professor Deva Ramanan. My research interests include 3D perception, view synthesis, and distributed learning. My current work centers around efficiently constructing 3D representations at scale.

I recently spent a summer as a research intern at Argo AI. In a previous life, I spent seven years at Palantir Technologies in various leadership roles across business and product development. Before then, I received my BS and MS in Computer Science from Stanford University where I worked on the Legion programming sytem under Professor Alex Aiken and explored semantic segmentation under Professor Daphne Koller.