About me

I am a full-time researcher at Princeton's Computational Imaging Lab, advised by Professor Felix Heide. I also completed my undergraduate studies at Princeton, earning a degree in Computer Science with a minor in Neuroscience.

I am passionate about all parts of the imaging pipeline, from downstream reconstruction and perception to upstream sensors and optics, as well as all manner of signal processing algorithms in-between. My research involves reconstruction from multi-modal data streams, holography, and digital camera optimization.

I've always been fascinated by the brain, and I'm currently working with the Brody Lab at Princeton's Neuroscience Institute on using machine learning to infer low-dimensional dynamics for complicated neural circuits.