I'm a junior at Stanford studying electrical engineering. My coursework spans from convex optimization, operating systems, and Fourier analysis to cell biology and political philosophy.
My interests are in systems engineering, embedded devices, and data analysis. I'm particularly passionate about tech in finance, healthcare, media, and content creation. I'm also a venture partner at Contrary.
I'm taking classes on compilers, virtual reality, and psychotherapy. In my free time, I'm reading about modern financial infrastructure, learning the guitar, messing around with my Canon M50, lifting heavy things, and playing ultimate frisbee.
convex optimization, operating systems, compilers, networking, computational photography, virtual reality, randomized algorithms, signal processing, circuits, digital systems, real analysis
Before that, I conducted research through CURIS on hardware optimization for fixed-function circuits via machine learning. In the past, I've also worked on ML research at BAIR and the Palo Alto VA Hospital.