I am a Computer Science PhD student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, New York working with Prof. Qiang Ji and Prof. Kristin Bennett. My research interests are in the area of Causal Machine Learning and I am also interested in the applications of Machine Learning/AI methods to solve real world problems.
Before joining RPI, I worked as a research intern at Microsoft Research in Redmond, Washington in Summer 2018, where I implemented a robust and scalable video processing engine that performed real-time image classification and labeling using a state-of-the-art deep neural network, and measured its performance.
In summer 2020, I had the opportunity to intern at IBM Research in Yorktown Heights New York, where I worked on a project that uses Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing techniques to determine how vulnerabilities will most likely be exploited and by who.
Outside of work and school, I like to hike, dance and listen to music. I also like to travel and to interact with people from different cultures!
May 2021: Started working with Professor Qiang Ji as my PhD advisor!
May 2021: Returned to IBM Research as a Research Intern!
June 2020: Joining IBM Research as a Machine Learning Research Intern!
May 2020: Finished my Computer Science PhD qualifiers!
May 2020: Receiced my Master’s degree in Computer Science from RPI!