I am a Ph.D. candidate from the Management & Organizations Department at Kellogg School of Management. My research centers around cognition in organizations. Specifically, I study how cognitive processes, such as memory and attention, guide individuals and firms to selectively navigate through their environment and learn from limited experiences. In another stream of my research, I explore the interaction between cognition, communication and coordination in firms.
I use a mix of qualitative data, computational modeling, and lab experiments. Prior to graduate school, I was a member of the Dynamic Decision Making Lab at the Department of Social and Decision Sciences (SDS) at Carnegie Mellon University.
When I am offline, I have fun playing pipa and cello, and designing posters for ASQ Blog.
PhD in Management & Organizations, 2022 (expected)
MS in Management & Organizations, 2019
BS in Experimental Psychology, 2016
BA in Game & Interactive Media Design, 2016