I am a PhD student at Princeton University, interested in Geometric Representations of Data and Machine Learning. This includes in particular:
the geometric nature of data and how to exploit geometric concepts in machine learning and data mining;
developing a mathematical understanding of how much we can learn about a function and how to determine sample complexities and choices for different classes of learning problems.
Prior to starting my PhD, I have been working on Discrete Geometry and Curvature-based Network Analysis. I am very fortunate to be advised by Charles Fefferman.
View my current CV here.
PhD in Applied Mathematics, 2021
Princeton University
Undergraduate: Mathematics + Physics, 2016
University of Leipzig
Feb 3, 2018, New Deep Learning Techniques
Jun 19, 2017, NetSci 2017
Mar 29, 2017, Matlab Workshop, PICScieE
Mar 8, 2017, Connectomics
Nov 8, 2016, Princeton Research Computing Day
Oct 29, 2015, Genome Informatics
Forman-Ricci curvature and discrete geometric flows for a curvature-based analysis of complex networks.
Convolutional Neural Networks for Event Classification at LHC’s ATLAS experiment.
Efficient tools for functional characterization of gene networks.
Understanding and Learning the Geometry of Data.
Neural networks model for effects of brain disorders on associative memory.