I am an undergraduate at Tufts University, where I study mathematics, computer science, and STS (science, technology, and society). I work as a software engineer and research associate at MGGG Redistricting Lab, a research group within Tufts’ Tisch College of Civic Life led by Moon Duchin. At the lab, I work on a range of problems in scientific computing and operations research. My recent projects include
- A model used to schedule COVID-19 tests for the Tufts population.
- A model for allocating unused dormitory beds to strained hospitals.
- GerryChain.jl, a high-performance Julia library for Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) sampling of redistricting plans.
- An interactive tool based on queueing theory used by university administrators to design COVID-19 testing centers.
I am also affiliated with Tufts’ Computational Geometry research group.
|Mar 26, 2021||I have been selected as a 2021 Goldwater Scholar! (School announcement.)|
|Feb 28, 2021||Our paper “Robot Development and Path Planning for Indoor Ultraviolet Light Disinfection” has been accepted for presentation at IEEE ICRA 2021. (Available on arXiv.)|
|Feb 26, 2021||I was interviewed about my research in an article on equitable redistricting in Massachusetts in Boston University’s Daily Free Press.|
|Jan 22, 2021||I will be joining Salesforce Commerce Cloud as a software engineering intern in summer 2021.|
- Geometry of graph partitions via optimal transportSIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 2020.