I am a fifth-year PhD candidate at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the School of Computer Science. My research interests include randomized algorithms and data structures, Markov chain Monte Carlo and problems from statistical physics, large-scale graph mining and optimization, and enumerative combinatorics. My adviser is Dana Randall, and I am supported by a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. I also coach the Georgia Tech ACM Programming Team. See my CV for more details.