I'm a PhD student in the Department of Operations, Information, and Decisions at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. I am part of the Computational Social Science Lab, led by Professor Duncan Watts.
I use technology-mediated interactions and computational tools to study the dynamics of groups and teams.
Experimental Methods. An important theme of my research is using experiments to discover insights about group behavior. In doing so, I also leverage advances in computational techniques to improve our methodological toolkit, thus making experiments more robust.
Field Research. A second theme is partnering with a variety of organizations to test theories in the wild. A key goal of my research is producing actionable knowledge for team members, managers, and designers of online platforms.
Before Wharton, I earned my Bachelor's in Computer Science (2020) and my Master's in Symbolic Systems (2021) at Stanford University, specializing in human-computer interaction. I am grateful to have been advised by Professors Michael Bernstein and Melissa Valentine.