I am a systems research engineer interested in modeling networks for sustainable infrastructural usage and optimal access. My research thus lies in utilizing optimization, simulation and data mining techniques to solve various problems in transportation, energy and related fields.
Currently, I work on future mobility at the Intelligent Transportation Systems Lab at MIT. Prior to this, I conducted research under the auspices of MODL (the Mathematical Optimization for Decisions Lab), where I earned a doctorate in the Civil Engineering department at Johns Hopkins University. At JHU, I was affiliated with the Systems Institute and the Energy, Environment, Sustainability and Health Institute. I also taught mathematics at The Pennington School after graduating with degrees in physics and music from Williams College.
Outside of my systems modeling work, you may find me running, biking or engaging in musical activities.