Diving into collider events recorded by the CMS detector at the LHC in a matter of minutes.
I am interested in the intersection of particle physics and machine learning. I work on problems motivated by the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. My research uses insights from quantum field theory to develop new data-driven techniques for collider physics (and vice versa!).
Ph.D. Candidate in Physics
Advisor: Jesse Thaler
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A.M. in Physics, 2016
A.B. in Physics and Mathematics, 2016
summa cum laude, Highest Honors, Phi Beta Kappa
West Islip High School
Below is a list of my publications. Links to journal pages, preprints, and software are given wherever possible. Special remarks are indicated by the symbol ★. Papers are listed in reverse-chronological order. Following the convention in particle physics, all authors are listed alphabetically from 2016 onward.