Science Center 262A
Office hours: Thursday, 3-5pm
Prior to arriving at Swarthmore, I earned a master's in machine learning at Columbia University. There I researched frame-semantic parsing of natural langauge text with Owen Rambow and taught Java programming with John Kender. I also have a bachelor's degree in CS from Princeton University, where I researched balanced binary search trees with Bob Tarjan and TA'ed a course for non-CS majors called "Computers in our World," taught by Brian Kernighan.
In addition to machine learning and natural language processing, I study functional programming languages.