I am a first year PhD student in the Computing and Mathematical Sciences department at Caltech and advised by Professor Katie Bouman. Prior to my doctoral studies at Caltech, I was an undergrad at Carnegie Mellon University, where I recieved a B.S in Electrical and Computer Engineering with an additional major in Biomedical Engineering with Honors in December of 2018.
My primary research interests are in computational imaging. I am interested in methods that integrate physics based models with data driven approaches, which can be applied to a broad range of imaging domains from traditional computer vision to medical imaging.
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April 2020 - Received Honorable Mention for the NSF GRFP.
October 2019 - Started my PhD at Caltech!
September 2019 - Participated in the Keck Institute for Space Studies workshop: Beyond Interstellar: Estracting Science from Black Hole Images
April 2019 - Received Honorable Mention for the NSF GRFP.
December 2018 - Graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B.S in Electrical and Computer Engineering and an additional major in Biomedical Engineering with University Honors.
November 2018 - Inducted into Tau Beta Pi.
September 2018 - Attended Grace Hopper Celebration for the first time.
August 2018 - Received the Mary Louise Brown Graham Memorial Scholarship for top undergraduate female students in engineering and science.