I’m a first-year PhD student in economics at Carnegie Mellon.

I’m into computational macroeconomics, and especially high-dimensional models with heterogeneity in information.

Previously, I was a predoc at UBC, where I worked with Jesse Perla on topics like high-dimensional dynamic programming and HACT models.

I’ve worked as a volunteer developer for QuantEcon, and maintain software packages like Expectations.jl.