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(Page last updated Apr. 2nd, 2024)

Greetings! I am a Computer Science PhD from the University of Notre Dame. I recently finished studies under my advisor, Tim Weninger and defended my dissertation August 1st, 2023 (conferred January 2024).

Most of my research thus far has revolved around finding interesting descriptions of the structure of networks which are reasonably easy for humans to interpret. Recently my work has focused on separating structure from randomness in graphs.

More broadly, I am fascinated by the philosophical side of math and computer science, and have dabbled in projects such as how to quantify statistical evidence.

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Google Scholar
GitHub (some code kept in separate github accounts — see Software page)