About Me

I am a Masters student in Computer Science at Georgia Tech, where I am specializing in Machine Learning. I am happily supported by the GEM fellowship program. Most recently I have interned for the Machine Learning group at Riverside Research twice where I was involved in robotics and reinforcement learning projects.

I have interned previously for the Machine Learning group at NASA JPL where I investigated automatic detection of Martian impact craters using computer vision / machine learning that led to a wired article and a publication. I have also interned for Microsoft twice where I optimized and analyzed multiple counterfactual systems using various ML algorithms.

I completed my B.S. in Computer Science at California State University Northridge. During this time, I had the fantastic experience of having multiple research assistantships and collaborated with the Theory of Matter And Interfaces group, Adriano Zambom, the Computational Geometry group at Tufts University as a summer REU participant, and the Systems Engineering Research Laboratory, and the TaV lab.

See my CV for a more comprehensive version of this. See research for a list of publications.