I graduated from the University of Toronto with a specialist in computer science and minors in mathematics and statistics. My research interests lie in the intersection of statistics, optimization, and machine learning. I am most interested in statistical foundations of modeling and inference. Recently, I am also interested in theoretical aspects of sampling and optimization and how insights thereof help explain global convergence of neural networks. During undergrad, I had the great fortune to work on research projects with profs. David Duvenaud, Murat Erdogdu, and Roger Grosse.
BSc in Computer Science, 2019
University of Toronto