About Me

I'm a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University, where I work in the Computer Graphics Lab. My current research focuses on using probabilistic computation to solve complex design problems. I am advised by Pat Hanrahan and Noah Goodman.

In my previous life as an undergrad at UC Berkeley, I did physically-based animation research with Professor James O'Brien. I also served as a teaching assistant for Berkeley's undergrad graphics course, and I helped to run a student-led computer animation class.

I'm currently on the job market, looking for positions that start Summer/Fall 2016.
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