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Starting in the fall of 2026 I will be joining the Department of Statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as an Assistant Professor.
In 2024 I obtained my PhD from the Operations Research & Financial Engineering (ORFE) department at Princeton University where I was advised by Matias Cattaneo. My dissertation was titled Adaptive Nonparametric Statistical Theory and Implementation. I also received my incidental MA in ORFE from Princeton in 2021.
Prior to this, I completed my Bachelors of Science with Honors in Applied Mathematics and Economics at Brown University in 2019. I wrote my undergraduate honors thesis on Energy Aware Optimization of Scalable Load Balancing Strategies under the supervision of Kavita Ramanan.
Honors and Awards
- Invited paper for Annals of Statistics session, Joint Statistical Meetings, 2025.
- Paper: “Convergence Rates of Oblique Regression Trees for Flexible Function Libraries”
- EPFL Bernoulli Instructorship, 2024 - 2026
- Princeton School of Engineering and Applied Science Travel Grant, 2023
- Finalist for Jane Street Graduate Research Fellowship, 2023
- Princeton School of Engineering and Applied Science Award for Excellence, 2022