I am a first year Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon University in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute where I am fortunate to be advised by Adam Perer. I am broadly interested in human-AI collaboration, computer vision, and high-stakes decision making. At the intersection of these interests, I am exploring how we can design eXplainable AI (XAI) techniques and complementary user interfaces to address stakeholders’ needs in high-stakes decision making situations. I also serve as a co-organizer for the 2020 and 2022 Computational Sustainability Doctoral Consortium.
I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in May 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a certificate in sustainability. In undergrad, I focused on the application and limitations of computer vision models as well as the distribution of smart mobility resources within cities.
|Oct 4, 2021||Officially joined the DIG Lab!|
|Aug 27, 2021||Started my Ph.D. at Carnegeie Mellon Univeristy!|
|May 1, 2021||Graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh|
Workshop PaperExploring Corruption Robustness: Inductive Biases in Vision Transformers and MLP-MixersUncertainty and Robustness in Deep Learning Workshop at ICML 2021