Iā€™m currently a first-year PhD student in computer science at Harvard University. I graduated with honors from the University of Utah in 2016 with a double major in computer science and applied mathematics and a minor in multidisciplinary design. I previously worked on problems in numerical analysis at Cornell University, data visualization at the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, and computational neuroscience at MIT.

My current research interests fall under the umbrella of biologically-inspired deep learning models. I am interested in attention and prediction mechanisms, generative adversarial networks, and applications in visual and audio modalities.

Selected Publications

Computing minimal interpolants in C{1,1}(R^d). Herbert-Voss A., Hirn M., McCollum F. In Rev. Math. Iberoamericana 33 (2017), 29-66. doi: 10.4171/RMI/927 arxiv:1411.5668