Welcome! I'm a Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Fellow in Digital and Computational Studies at Bowdoin College. I got my PhD in computer science from Stony Brook University in 2013 and joined Bowdoin College the same year. I was fortunate to have been advised by Professor Luis E. Ortiz.

My research interests lie in the interdisciplinary areas that combine artificial intelligence with sociology (e.g, influence in social networks), economics (e.g., microfinance markets), and arts (e.g., computer-aided authentication of Jackson Pollock's drip paintings). I'm also interested in computational geometry and graph drawing.

Teaching is the joy of my life, and I'm driven by the ultimate goal of routinely excellence in teaching.

In my leisure time, I love playing tennis and soccer. You can find more about me here:

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