About me

I am a final-year PhD student in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University where I’m advised by Professor Deva Ramanan. I’ve had the good fortune to work on large-scale machine learning and systems problems throughout my time in industry and academia. Most of my recent work explores the frontiers of neural rendering across scale, speed, and visual quality, with a view towards one day enabling truly city-scale representations.

I spent much of 2023 at Reality Labs Research collaborating with Drs. Christian Richardt and Michael Zollhoefer after previously interning at Argo AI. In a past 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.