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I love research and find it very empowering as it provides an opportunity to positively impact people's lives. I didn't know what research was growing up. In fact, I only got a sense of what it means to be a researcher when I moved to the U.S. to spend the final year of the engineering program I was enrolled at Telecom ParisTech at Cornell University. I am fortunate to have embarked on a career in research at Princeton University.

I joined Princeton University in September 2021 as a tenure-track assistant professor of computer science. At Princeton, I lead the lab Vertaix on research at the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and the natural sciences. The methods we develop at Vertaix contribute to advancing both scientific discovery and AI. I am always excited to collaborate so please feel free to reach out if you would like to work with us! I am energized by the diversity of backgrounds of students, postdocs, and collaborators at Vertaix.

Before joining Princeton I spent a year at Google AI in the Brain team as a research scientist. I currently spend one day a week at Google AI as a research scientist in the Princeton office.