I am a second-year Master's student in Computer Science at Stanford University, an Instructor for CS90SI: Code the Change, and a Teaching Assistant for CS109: Introduction to Probability for Computer Scientists.

I am currently working as a Research Assistant in the Department of Economics, under Dr. Arun Chandrasekhar.

I spent my first year at Stanford working as a Research Assistant in the Stanford Network Analysis Project, under Dr. Jure Leskovec. My work with the group resulted in the publication of "Information Cartography: Creating Zoomable, Large-Scale Maps of Information" in the proceedings of KDD 2013.

My primary research interests are in development economics, algorithmic economics, social and information network analysis, and machine learning. In my free time I enjoy creating hip hop music, playing cello, reading, and learning how to speak Chinese. Feel free to email me with any questions or comments!