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Hi, I am a PhD candidate in Machine Learning at ETH Zurich and the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems. I am advised by Andreas Krause and Bernhard Schölkopf.

I hold a Master's degree in Statistics from ETH Zurich. For my Master's thesis, I worked with David Alvarez-Melis at Harvard on optimal transport for modeling single-cell dynamics. Before my PhD, I was a Data Scientist at QuantCo and interned at IBM.

My interests in machine learning span across various fields. In particular, I am interested in Optimal Transport, Probabilistic Modeling, and Causal Discovery.

You can dig into some of my most recent projects below!