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I am a PhD student in computer science at Stony Brook University and a member of the Institute for Advanced Computational Science (IACS). My research focuses on using computational techniques, largely from natural language processing, to study how cognitive states (e.g. belief, desire, intention, etc...) interact with language. I am advised by Owen Rambow.

Resume

The password to my resume is the number of groups up to isomorphism of order less than or equal to 15. If you are a bot, good luck.

Publications


Preprints


Misc.

In my spare time I write chiptune music and hack various things. I have designed hardware and software to control the GameBoy's Z80 processor with MIDI which made its way onto various maker blogs, including Hackaday. I have also written bots to play an online card game, that have a ~50% win rate against human players.

Games

Toads and Frogs