I am a computer science PhD student in the ICAROS Lab at USC, supervised by Stefanos Nikolaidis. I also serve as the webmaster of USC’s VGSA, and as a senator representing the Viterbi School in GSG. Previously, I was an undergraduate in computer science at UC Irvine, where I worked with Roy Fox and the Intelligent Dynamics Lab on hierarchical reinforcement learning, and with David Mobley, Jessica Maat, and the Mobley Lab on molecular dynamics force fields. Additionally, I was the Internal Vice President of ACM@UCI. Outside of academia, I have interned at Google for three summers.
My main interests are in robotics and AI, particularly reinforcement learning, evolutionary algorithms, and human-robot collaboration. I have also explored clustering, computational chemistry, competitive programming, and web development.
|24 August 2020||I have started my PhD at USC!|
|13 June 2020||I have graduated from UC Irvine!|
|18 April 2020||Check out my interview with UCI's ICSSC for their Humans of ICS series.|
|30 March 2020||I have received an Honorable Mention in the NSF GRFP competition.|
|13 March 2020||Website update! Now using the TeXt Theme.|