I am a graduate student at MIT working with Tommi Jaakkola and Pulkit Agrawal. Before MIT, I obtained my B.S. from Cornell University (Summa Cum Laude).

Research Interests: I am broadly interested in developing principled and practical pipelines that extend machines’ capability to learn in realistic problem settings. I study how machines can interpret complex systems through generative modeling to solve real-world tasks related to perception, control, and scientific discovery. I investigate ways to zoom in/out data through multi-resolution representation to capture the quantity of interest with efficiency and accuracy through techniques such as structural modeling, abstraction, and coarse-graining.