I am a first-year Ph.D. student in Industrial Engineering & Management Sciences PhD at Northwestern University, advised by Dr. Barry Nelson. My research focus is simulation methodology, specifically the domain of simulation analytics, with application interests to patient flow in health care systems. This website is a personal medium for sharing notes related to learning, teaching, and research, as well as for informally writing about miscellaneous bits and bytes. I'm passionate about mathematics communication and education, and making technical topics accessible and visual. In my free time, I enjoy running, weightlifting, cooking, and recently, learning how to play squash.
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I graduated in 2016 with a bachelor's in mathematics from Northwestern University. As an undergraduate, I conducted research on a Northwestern Memorial Hospital (NMH) patient flow project, delivered a report and presentation on government funding to the National Science Foundation, and taught a lecture while I was a teaching assistant for Dr. Barry Nelson's undergraduate simulation course.