I'm a graduate student in Iain Couzin's Lab at Princeton University. I'm interested in group motion and collective decision-making processes, as well as the evolution of individual behaviors that generate coordinated behavior at the group level. I study these subjects using theoretical and computational techniques, as well as old fashioned lab work.
I'm also interested in algorithms inspired by biological processes for solving NP-hard problems.
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