• About me

    I am a Lyft Research Fellow based in NYC; starting July 2019 I will be an assistant professor at MIT in the Operations Management group. Previously, I completed my PhD at Cornell where I was fortunate to have David Shmoys as my advisor.

    You can learn more about me by checking out my Google Scholar profile or my CV.

  • Publications and preprints

    Combinatorial Optimization


    Transportation and Data


    Book Chapters

    • Bikesharing in Sharing Economy: Making Supply Meet Demand (Ming Hu, ed.), forthcoming
      • with Shane G. Henderson and David B. Shmoys
    • Data-driven Rebalancing Methods for Bike-Share Systems in Analytics for the Sharing Economy: Mathematics, Engineering, and Business Perspectives (Crisostomi et al., eds.), forthcoming
      • Ashkan Norouzi-Fard, Alice Paul, Carter Wang, Shane G. Henderson, and David B. Shmoys
  • Teaching Experience

    I have taught in the ORIE (as an instructor & grader) and CS (as a Teaching Assistant) departments at Cornell. For the latter I received a Yahoo Graduate Teaching Award and a departmental Outstanding Teaching Award. You can find my teaching statement here and past teaching evaluations here.

  • Instructor

    Engineering Applications of Operations Research (ENGRI 1101)


    Big Data Technologies (ORIE 5270)

    Teaching Assistant

    Mathematical Foundations of the Information Age (CS4850)


    Introduction to Computing Using Python (CS 1110)


    Spectral Graph Theory (ORIE 6334), Grader