- PhD (2022) Carnegie Mellon University (Operations Research)
- BS (2017) Georgia Institute of Technology (Applied Mathematics; Business Administration)
My research interests are broadly related to fairness and ethics of artificial intelligence. Currently, I work on modeling fairness and equity in optimization, outcome-centric social welfare perspectives of fair machine learning, human-centric aspects of ethical AI with a focus on modeling and inferring moral preferences. Along these directions, I am interested in applications from healthcare, modern transportation (e.g. micromobility) and supply chain finance.
- INFORMS Education Strategy Committee
Honors and Awards
Jack Howe Fellowship, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2022-2025
MIS637 - Data Analytics and Machine Learning