I am a PhD student in the Logic and Philosophy of Science department at the University of California, Irvine. Before that I was an MA student in Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and before that I earned a BA in Philosophy from Northwestern University.
I work primarily in formal epistemology and mathematical logic. In particular, I am interested in computable analysis (especially measure theory) and algorithmic randomness. I believe these fields can provide a means for Bayesian epistemology to describe more “realistic” agents while retaining a general, unified perspective on epistemology.
In summer 2022 I was a PIBBSS fellow, and worked with Ramana Kumar, Abram Demski, and Daniel Herrmann on the connection between decision theory and goal-oriented behavior.