I’m a Computer Science Ph.D. candidate at Stanford University supervised by Professor Zakir Durumeric and researching in the Empirical Security Research Group. I am supported by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and the Stanford University EDGE Fellowship. I am broadly interested in disinformation, computer security, privacy, statistics, networks, and machine learning. I completed two Masters’ degrees in Computer Science and in Statistics with the Daniel M. Sachs Scholarship at the University of Oxford. I completed my undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at Princeton University.
Outside of research, I do disinformation reporting with the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab. For fun, I enjoy performing stand-up comedy, listening to UK rhythm and blues music, marathon running, and learning Mandarin Chinese (HSK4).
- Preprint of Sub-Standards and Mal-Practices: Misinformation’s Role in Insular, Polarized, and Toxic Interactions
- Preprint of A Golden Age: Conspiracy Theories’ Relationship with Misinformation Outlets, News Media, and the Wider Internet
- Preprint of Partial Mobilization: Tracking Multilingual Information Flows Amongst Russian Media Outlets and Telegram
- Happenstance: Utilizing Semantic Search to Track Russian State Media Narratives about the Russo-Ukrainian War On Reddit was accepted to ICWSM 2023!
- ‘A Special Operation’: A Quantitative Approach to Dissecting and Comparing Different Media Ecoystems’ Coverage of the Russo-Ukrainian War was accepted to ICWSM 2023!
- New short video presentation for paper No Calm in the Storm: Investigating QAnon Website Relationships