I am pursuing my PhD in Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where I am a Research Assistant in the Rensselaer AI and Reasoning (RAIR) Lab. I recently graduated with a double Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Research Interests

I believe it is essential that AI agents are able to provide justification and verification for their actions/decisions. That is, AI agents should be able to justify their decisions and verify that the decision is correct, follows a moral/legal code, etc., (most likely) by providing a proof or argument.

To that end, my research interests include automated theorem proving, consistency-controlling logics, causal models, cognitive/neural architectures, and artificial general intelligence. My current research is focused on defeasible reasoning – specifically, creating defeasible modal reasoners – and uncertainty in modal logics.

Contact & More Information

For more information about projects I’ve worked on, visit the links at the top of this page. The best way to contact me is via email.