I’m a software developer at Google and computer scientist based in Montréal. My previous academic work concerned applied probability theory, statistics, and the analysis of algorithms. I’m interested in deep learning especially concerning natural language understanding. Lover of games, math, and sourdough bread. I also dabble in Super Nintendo programming for fun.
Ex-PhD student of Luc Devroye at McGill University, where I worked on many different problems concerning random graphs, neural networks, minimax density estimation, and properties of Galton-Watson trees. Completed a Master of Computer Science at the Computational Geometry Lab at Carleton University in Ottawa, under the supervision of Pat Morin, Vida Dujmović, and Jit Bose, where I produced a thesis on Encoding Arguments.