About Me

I am a fourth year graduate student in the Computer Science Department at UW, Madison. Currently, I am working with Chris Ré on robust data analysis techniques for noisy environments. Much of my work has been on the data measurements of the Icecube Neutrino Telescope.

In the past, I have worked with the Quantum Computing group on developing quantum algorithms for the graph isomorphism problem.

Before moving to Madison, I got my bachelor degree from The College of Wooster as a double major in physics and computer science. Here's a CV that I maintain, and I've made a youtube video showcasing some of my work that can be found here.


Wisconsin Institute of Discovery, Office 4241
330 N. Orchard St.
Madison, WI 53715


CS 547: Computer Systems Modeling Fundamentals, Fall 2010
CS 880: Quantum Computing and Information, Fall 2010
CS 704: Principles of Programming Languages, Spring 2011
CS 710: Computational Complexity, Spring 2011
CS 719: Stochastic Programming, Fall 2011
CS 726: Non-Linear Optimization 1, Fall 2011
CS 635: Tools And Environments For Optimization, Spring 2012
CS 720: Integer Programming, Spring 2012
CS 525: Linear Programming Methods, Fall 2012
ISYE 727 : Convex Analysis, Fall 2012
CS 540 : Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Spring 2013
CS 730 : Nonlinear Optimization II, Spring 2013