I’m exploring computational social science as a PhD candidate in the Information Technology group at MIT Sloan, where I am fortunate to be advised by Prof. Abdullah Almaatouq.
I worked in oil & gas, but felt that there were too many machines, and not enough people. I then worked in management consulting, and felt that there were a lot of people, but not enough technical work. Data science is my people-centric, technically-interesting middle ground.
My broad research interests lie in understanding collaborative and adversarial modes of human-AI interaction, and in exploring how virtual labs and adaptive experimentation can be applied to this and other questions in the social sciences.
Ph.D. in Information Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management
M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science, 2017
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, 2016
Massachusetts Institute of Technology