About me

I am a PhD student in Computer Science at Purdue University, advised by Professor Petros Drineas. My research focuses on the development and analysis of efficient randomized algorithms for problems in optimization, numerical linear algebra, and machine learning.

Broadly speaking, my PhD research is focused on practical theory: theoretical analysis pertaining to methods showing strong empirical performance with the goal of deriving insights for direct improvement. In the future, I aim to find a position where I can leverage my gained mathematical knowledge and intuition to solve challenging real-world problems.