I am a second-year CSE student at Harvard, working on differential privacy and algorithmic fairness. I am honored to work with Cynthia Dwork, Juan Perdomo,  Salil Vadhan, Wanrong ZhangLinjun Zhang, and OpenDP team. Prior to Harvard, I obtained my B.S. in Mathematics and Statistics from UMichigan. I was fortunate to work with Martin Strauss, Ranjan Pal, Shizhang Li, and Nuh Aydin on algorithmic fairness, (co-)simplicial algebra, algebraic coding theory.

My research centers at the intersection between statistics, mathematics, and machine learning. In general, I am interested in (1) theoretical foundations of differential privacy, algorithmic fairness, and robustness, (2) theoretical foundations of deep learning, (3) and their interplay.