👋 Hi! I’m a third year Ph.D. candidate in EECS at U.C. Berkeley advised by Dr. Niloufar Salehi. My research applies human-computer interaction (HCI) methods to study machine learning and data systems. I’m currently thinking about how we can build trustworthy systems by aligning modeling assumptions with real world needs and goals, and prioritizing user agency. My current projects include developing more reliable machine translation systems for high-stakes domains like healthcare, analyzing data from a health tracking app to understand factors influencing adolescent menstrual health, and extracting and exploring patterns in messy text data. For Summer 2022, I will be an ML Research Intern on the Human-Centered Machine Intelligence Visualization team at Apple, supervised by Dr. Fred Hohman and Dr. Mary Beth Kery.
M.S. Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, 2021
University of California, Berkeley
B.S. Mathematical and Computational Science, 2019