I love programming, especially competitive programming and web development. I also play a lot of board games and social deduction games like Secret Hitler!School
I study computer science and (some) math at MIT.Work Experience
I helped make Codeium's large language model run really fast.Projects
I run the USACO Guide and the Competitive Programming Initiative.Achievements
I'm a 4x USACO Finalist, 5x AIME Qualifier, and 2023 Neo Scholar Finalist.
Ever since I embarked on my programming journey as a young child, I've been entranced by the power and flexibility of code.
Today, I'm an avid competitive programmer and web developer. Programming is my superpower: With it, what I can create is limited only by my imagination!
Outside of programming, I play a lot of board games, especially social deduction games (my personal favorite is Secret Hitler). I also enjoy discussing politics and government!
I strive to bring energy, technical knowledge, and a strong desire to learn with me wherever I go.
I'm currently a student at MIT studying Computer Science.
Technical Grad Classes:
- 6.521 Advanced Algorithms
- 6.390 Computer Vision
Technical Undergrad Classes:
- 18.600 Probability and Random Variables
- 18.650 Fundamentals of Statistics
- 6.390 Introduction to Machine Learning
- 6.190 Introduction to Low-level Programming in C and Assembly
- 6.191 Computation Structures
In Spring 2023, I was an LA for 6.S063 Design for the Web. Outside of classes, I enjoy participating in Harvard Systems Reading Group, Bridge Club, and Poker Club, and I help run the Next Board Games club.
In Summer 2023, I had an extremely fun internship at Codeium, a company that builds AI-powered developer tools such as autocomplete. While there, I led the initiative to quantize our large language model, achieving a ~2.3x speed increase for our company’s product in just 11 weeks.
To view my full software engineering work experience, please visit my Linkedin page.
I've taught USACO Gold Advanced at Alphastar Academy in summer 2020 and 2021, offered private USACO tutoring lessons for ~2 years, and coached at USACO Camp 2023. Though I am not currently taking new students, please feel free to sign up for my classes newsletter for future class openings.
I'm always working on something new. Below are a few of my favorite projects!
The USACO Guide is a free collection of curated, high-quality competitive programming resources aimed to bring contestants from Bronze to Platinum and beyond.
Competitive Programming Initiative
I'm the founder of the Competitive Programming Initiative, a student-run nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting competitive programming amongst students.
Competitive Programming Solutions
This Github repository contains solutions to some of the 900+ competitive programming problems I've solved!
A realtime collaborative IDE with code execution and input/output, designed for competitive programming and USACO.
Serverless Online Judge
A low-cost, reliable, fast, serverless code execution system that supports C++, Java, and Python.
This site! Built with React, Next.js, and Tailwind CSS.
AP Physics C Practice
AP Physics C Mechanics & E&M practice questions, scraped from CollegeBoard.
A collection of my favorite party games.