About Me

I’m a PhD candidate at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), advised by Professor Rundensteiner and Professor Emmanuel Agu. I am part of DAISY Lab and the WASH Research Group. My interests are machine learning research and applications, and I always enjoy learning about new domains and use cases. Most of my research focuses on missing and biased labels, generative modeling, and human activity recognition. I also have experience in algorithmic fairness, anomaly detection, data visualization, open set recognition, domain adaptation, and more. I am always eager to collaborate, as this is how I first gained experience in many of these research topics.

In my free time I enjoy visiting parks, exploring museums, painting, 3D printing, and trying to keep my houseplants alive.