I am a Ph.D. candidate at MIT CSAIL working with David Karger in the Haystack Group. My current research interests focus on applying HCI methods to help non programmers understand, gain insights from, and explain the data in their lives. Most recently I’ve been building intelligent user interfaces for doctors in the emergency room at BIDMC.
I was previously the undergraduate head of the Graphics Lab at Brown University where I helped developed NuSyS, a collaborative and shared workspace environment, and Dash, a Document IDE for knowledge work. I’ve also spent summers at SpaceX and Google where I worked with the database team and DataCommons respectively.
In my spare time I like to try weird little projects like writing syntax highlighters for obscure languages and automating everything. If you want to see some more of my work check out my projects or posts. If you would like to see my CV please reach out to me.