Welcome! I am an NSF Graduate Research Fellow and 2022-23 MIT UPS PhD Fellow at the Operations Research Center advised by Alexandre Jacquillat and Vikrant Vaze. Last summer, I interned with the Cloud Operations Research group at Microsoft Research.
In my graduate work, I develop decomposition methods for large-scale optimization models toward integrated design of urban transportation systems. In particular, I like to think about how elements of flexibility can improve traditional fixed-route public transit systems. My current projects include paratransit workforce scheduling, microtransit line-setting, and multimodal pricing alliance design between transit agencies and ride-hailing operators.
I am passionate about diversity and access in higher education. Last year, I worked to cultivate an inclusive pedagogy as a 2021 MIT TLL Teaching Development Fellow. Off campus, you can find me playing classical piano, rock climbing, hiking, cooking vegetarian food, running along the Charles River, and weightlifting.
PhD in Operations Research, 2023
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
BA in Mathematics, 2018