We developed this project under the guidance of Dr. Jesse Geneson via MIT PRIMES-USA, and published it on February 10, 2019. We define a new version of the cop vs. gambler game on a connected graph with n vertices, where the cop makes a fixed number of observations before the lights go out and the game begins, and bound the expected capture time and throttling number.
I presented my work on (hyper-)rectangle visibility graphs during the poster session at MAA MathFest 2018, held August 1-4 in Denver, CO. Among the visitors who came to talk to me was the executive director of MAA, Dr. Michael Pearson.
Along with my research partners James Lin and Carl Joshua Quines, under the mentorship of Dr. Jesse Geneson, I
created this presentation for the Eighth Annual MIT PRIMES conference.
The presentation was held by James and myself on the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA on May 19, 2018.
I created this presentation as part of the UC Berkeley
Directed Reading Program (DRP) in Fall 2017 under the
mentorship of graduate student Rahul Dalal.
The Directed Reading Program provides undergraduates with
the opportunity to work closely with UC Berkeley
mathematics graduate students in an independent reading
project. The goal is to enable motivated undergraduates
to engage with mathematics in more depth and breadth than
is typically possible in a classroom.
The presentation was given to other mentors and mentees of
This was an individual project I did for my upper division
Classical Geometries (MATH 130) class at UC Berkeley in
I presented how origami can be used to construct every
number (i.e., ratio of a length) that can be constructed
with a compass and straightedge, plus some.
Caltech Harvey Mudd Math Competition (CHMMC) 2017
A mathematics team competition for high school students
organized by Caltech and Harvey Mudd math clubs.
Our team won 4th place overall.
Stanford ProCo 2017
A computer programming contest for high school students in
the style of college-level ACM-ICPC.
Our team won the overall grand prize in the novice division.