I am a PhD student in Psychology and Neuroscience at Princeton University, advised by Jon Cohen and Tom Griffiths. I am interested in human and artificial intelligence, and I use computational cognitive (neuro)scientific approaches to study learning, decision-making, memory, and control.
Previously, I was an undergraduate at Swarthmore College, where I studied Computer Science and Philosophy. I wrote a thesis under Alan Baker using computational complexity and computational learning theory to formalize problems in moral epistemology.
I have also spent time at Kallyope, the University of Oxford, Mercury Fund, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Breakthrough Houston.
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