I am a third-year Ph.D. student at MIT in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, where I am advised by Roger Levy in the Computational Psycholinguistics Laboratory. I earned my B.A. from Harvard University in Mathematics and Linguistics in 2018. My research develops computational models of how humans resolve ambiguity in language understanding, with the dual goals of understanding the human mind and building better systems of artificial intelligence. I am supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and the NIH Computationally-Enabled Integrative Neuroscience Training Program.
In my free time, I like making music, writing comedy, and playing SET.
My favorite authors are Franz Kafka and Bertolt Brecht.
My best solo SET time is 1:20.