Graduate Student in Artificial Intelligence at MIT focusing on driverless vehicles.

Me

ABOUT:
Current Master's student advised by Prof. Daniela Rus of MIT CSAIL's Distributed Robotics Lab, and former undergrad at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Currently serving as a team lead for MIT Driverless and TA for MIT's graduate-level applied machine learning course: 6.862.

INTERESTS:
My focus has primarily been on applied machine learning, particularly the fields of visual AI and autonomy. The impact areas I find most interesting are agriculture, economics, space exploration, and public policy. I also like analog photography, among other hobbies.

INVOLVEMENT:
Around campus I've been involved with the EnergyHack as a director, with a fraternity as the treasurer, and as an athlete on the varsity football team. Additionally I've helped run theatrical performances on campus. Formerly, I was a tutor for several years through my high school's tutoring center where I aided students in all levels of math.

Resume | Last updated: March 8th, 2021.

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