About Me

I am a PhD student at the University of Washington, Seattle, advised by Yin Tat Lee. My area of research is algorithms for convex optimization, specifically semidefinite programming.

Before starting optimization research in 2017, I studied Electronics/Electrical Engineering, with research on rapid diagnostic tests for malaria, and spent some time in industry as a signal processing engineer working on pulse oximeters and bluetooth speakers.


A Faster Interior-Point Method for Semidefinite Programming [arXiv]
with Haotian Jiang, Tarun Kathuria, Yin Tat Lee, Zhao Song
FOCS 2020

An O(m/epsilon^3.5) Algorithm for Semidefinite Programs with Diagonal Constraints [arXiv]
with Yin Tat Lee
COLT 2020 [talk]

Positive Semidefinite Programming: Mixed, Parallel, and Width-Independent [arXiv]
with Arun Jambulapati, Yin Tat Lee, Jerry Li, Kevin Tian
STOC 2020 [5min talk | 20min talk]