I am a first year PhD student in EECS at UC Berkeley, advised by Marti Hearst. My research lies at the intersection of human computer interaction and AI. Specifically, I am interested in building user models and applying them to computationally improve user interface designs.
Previously, I received my Bachelors and Masters in computer science from MIT, and then worked as a software engineer at Google. After that, I spent one year at Intel as an AI research resident, mentored by Casimir Wierzynski. Then, I returned to Google to work on text input research, advised by Shumin Zhai.