About Me

  • “A method is more important than a discovery, since the right method will lead to new and even more important discoveries.” - Lev Landau

Hello! I’m a second year PhD student in physics @ Northeastern University. I’m generally interested in the intersection of artificial intelligence and physics.

I earned my BSc in Engineering Physics with minors in Math & Astronomy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). I spent the majority of my time as a research fellow at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications and Galaxy and Black Hole Astrophysics Group working under Dr. Xin Liu. I’m also very fortunate to have worked with Dr. Yonatahn Kahn, Dr. Matias Carrasco-Kind, and Dr. Douglas Beck at UIUC.

My work has been published at NeurIPS. My past research focused on effective deep learning algorithms to weigh supermassive black holes. I currently study emergent scaling laws in neural networks.

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