About me

I am a 4th year PhD student in the Computational Cognitive Science lab at UC Berkeley

I develop theories and tools for enhancing the human mind. 

My approach combines mathematical modeling with behavioral experiments, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. 

Research Program
My goal is to develop tools and theories for enhancing the human mind and unlocking its full potential. My approach starts from developing computational models of bounded rationality and cognitive plasticity. Based on these models, I leverage methods from machine learning and artificial intelligence to develop tools that compensate for people's cognitive limitations and interventions for promoting cognitive growth. My current focus is on developing an optimal feedback mechanism for accelerating metacognitive learning, and I am also working towards a cognitive prosthesis that will translate people's long-term goals into incentives for immediate action.

Let's make the world a smarter place!

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