I currently conduct and facilitate deep learning research at the FAIR lab. Most recently, I've been supporting the lab's research group in biological sequence modeling.
I studied economics at Harvard ('18/'19), with a focus on behavioral economics and theory. My coursework has largely followed the doctoral program, with field examination coursework in behavioral economics, theory, and finance. Following my hobbyist fascination with Roman law and military history, I studied the Classics as a secondary field. I also helped teach some of the graduate/upper-level computer science and math courses there, and I took interesting CS electives on occasion.
A.B. (cum laude, ΦΒΚ)
Teaching Fellow (systems security, real analysis)
Research Assistant (security; advised by Ninghui Li)
Lab Instructor & Grading Administrator
Machine Learning Engineer