About

I am a 5th year PhD Candidate in Operations Research at Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. I am fortunate to be advised by Professor John Hooker, and work with Professors Fatma Kılınç-Karzan and Hoda Heidari. Before joining CMU, I obtained my B.S. degrees in Applied Mathematics and Business Administration from Georgia Institute of Technology.

My research interests are broadly related to fairness in optimization and artificial intelligence. Motivated by two fundamental questions, what is fair and how to be fair, I study a variety of fairness approaches and perspectives from optimization, machine learning, welfare economics and ethics. My projects aim to contribute insights about eliciting, formulating and operationalizing fairness and equity.

I am actively involved with the CMU INFORMS Student Chapter.

More details can be found on my CV here.

In fall 2022, I will join Stevens Institute of Technology as an Assistant Professor in Information Systems/Analytics at the School of Business.