I’m an undergraduate student at Columbia University, pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science, with a focus in intelligent systems.
As a researcher, I work on various problems in computer vision and machine learning. At Columbia, I’m advised by Prof. Carl Vondrick Before coming to Columbia, I was studying physics and mathematics at Brandeis University, where I was advised by Prof. Pengyu Hong and Prof. Seth Fraden.
My research interests include representation learning, self-supervised learning, and video understanding. My goal is to design visual models that learns from unlabeled data to understand the uncertain and dynamic world.
I like playing guitar and I’m a big fan of Dire Straits and HYUKOH.
I’m a big movie fan and most admire the work of Stanley Kubrick, Quentin Tarantino, and Lee Chang-dong.
Cycling around Manhattan is my outlet during the endless time of quarantine.