I am a postdoctoral candidate in the Department of Computer Science at Boston University and in the College of Computer and Information Sciences at Northeastern University.
I completed my PhD in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan. My advisor was the wonderful Anna Gilbert.
I am interested in privacy-preserving data analysis. Specifically, recently I have been interested in performing fundamental statistical tasks under differential privacy and its variations. My work has applications not only to privacy but also to robust data analysis and controlling false discovery rates.
Online Learning via the Differential Privacy Lens with Jacob Abernethy, Young Hun Jung, Chansoo Lee, AM and Ambuj Tewari was accepted for a spotlight presentation at Neurips 2019.
Ph.D Mathematics (2018), University of Michigan
M.S. Mathematics (2015), University of Michigan
B.Sc (Advanced Mathematics) with first class honours and university medal (2011), University of Sydney