I love programming, especially machine learning, systems, competitive programming, and web development. I also play a lot of board games and social deduction games!School
I study computer science at MIT.Work Experience
I was a software engineer intern at Modal Labs and Codeium.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 programmer currently interested in machine learning and systems. 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
- 6.790 Machine Learning
Technical Undergrad Classes:
- 18.600 Probability and Random Variables
- 18.650 Fundamentals of Statistics
- 6.106 Software Performance Engineering
- 6.181 Operating Systems Engineering
- 6.1811 Natural Language Processing
- 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 am part of the HackMIT team. I also enjoy participating in Harvard Systems Reading Group, Bridge Club, Poker Club, and Board Games club.
To view my full work experience, please visit my Linkedin page.
Modal Labs — January 2024
Modal is a serverless cloud computing platform. I learned Rust, fixed gVisor issues, worked with Kubernetes, and investigated networking issues, reducing the latency of our serverless web endpoints by up to 3x.
Codeium — Summer 2023
Codeium is a company that builds AI-powered developer tools such as autocomplete. 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.
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.
I really enjoy meeting new people! Please feel free to reach out.