About Me


I have been doing data analytics for the past few years. Much of my graduate work at the UT Austin Department of Mathematics focused on Machine Learning, with particular emphasis on Support Vector Machines and Logistic Regression. I had the honor of giving a talk on the Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers for solving convex optimization problems at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Princeton, New Jersey.

I taught integral calculus for two semesters at UT Austin. I have also tutored calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, statistics, probability, and Python for about 7 years.

Other hobbies include running and gymnastics.

My CV is here. My LinkedIn is here.


Logistic Regression

Support Vector Machines


Contributions to the Sci-kit Learn Machine Learning Library