I'm primarily a technical builder and enjoy working on creative projects. My academic background is in applied math and systems programming, with splashes of philosophy, hardware design, and psychology.
I'm currently exploring a few problem verticals:
In my free time, I enjoy tearing apart longform essays, practicing photography, playing ultimate frisbee, and defying gravity (by lifting heavy weights).
I've also worked with Apple's health software team on domain specific languages. In a previous quarter, I helped teach CS 342: Building for Digital Health twice and was a core contributer to CardinalKit, a mobile framework for digital health research.
Before that, I conducted research through CURIS on hardware optimization for fixed-function circuits. In high school, I applied machine learning to medical problems at BAIR and the Palo Alto VA Hospital.