I am a third year Ph.D student at Northeastern University, in the College of Computer and Information Science. My advisor is Ravi Sundaram. I received a dual B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2013.

Research Interests

My research interests generally involve algorithms and theory. Specifically, I work on computational geometry and randomized algorithms. Through my work at Akamai, I have also started working on distributed systems, both from a theoretical and an implementation perspective.


Markovian Hitters and the Complexity of Blind Rendezvous
with Sixia Chen, Alexander Russell, Abhishek Samanta, and Ravi Sundaram
SODA 2016

An Upper Bound on Trilaterating Simple Polygons
with Ravi Sundaram
CCCG 2015

Multiplex Networks: A Generative Model and Algorithmic Complexity
with Prithwish Basu and Ravi Sundaram