I am a Postdoctoral Associate in the Physics Department at Duke. I love complex networks: from wooden puzzles and grains of sand, to neural networks. What these diverse subjects have in common is their ability to remember. Piles of sand, just like our brains, can have a memory of the past through their complex fabric of contacts!
I believe that these networks will transform how we understand the world. Outside of research, I use machine learning to make models that try to: predict NBA player performance and give perfume recommendations. In my free time, I am an avid baller - currently repping a pair of the Westbrook Why Not?'s. I also enjoy taking pictures and traveling (outside of basketball).