Thank you for visiting my website! I am a Ph.D. candidate in
Applied and Computational Mathematics at Princeton University, where I am fortunate to be advised by
Naomi Leonard, and
Born in Japan, I grew up in Tokyo, went to high school just outside of NYC and in northeast Italy, and completed my undergraduate degree at Yale University.
As a mathematical biologist and an applied mathematician, I use tools from evolutionary game theory, dynamical systems, and network science to explore mathematical and computational models of collective and emergent behavior in social systems.
I am especially interested in understanding how inter-individual differences and population structures influence and are influenced by collective dynamics.
recent and current projects have focused on self-organized division of labor in ant colonies, hierarchies in adaptive networks, and cooperation and polarization in group-structured populations, among others.
teacher, I strive to practice inclusive teaching in undergraduate classrooms.
I am a Graduate Teaching Fellow at the
McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, and I also serve as a Resident Graduate Student in
First College, one of the undergraduate residential colleges at Princeton.
As a member of the
Princeton Women in STEM Leadership Council (WSTEM), I work with campus partners to foster conversations about diversity and inclusion in STEM at Princeton.
Please feel free to contact me at [first name] dot [last name] at [princeton] dot [edu].
- June 2022: I gave a virtual seminar at the
Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Science and the Humanities at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
- April 2022: I gave a virtual talk as part of the Complex/Dynamical Systems Seminar in
Department of Applied Mathematics at CU Boulder.
- March 2022: I gave a virtual talk at
AMS Spring Eastern Sectional Meeting.
- January 2022: “Tuning cooperative behavior in games with nonlinear opinion dynamics” led by
Shinkyu Park and co-authored with
Naomi Leonard is now published in
IEEE Control Systems Letters!
- December 2021: “Interindividual cooperation mediated by partisanship complicates Madison’s cure for ‘mischiefs of faction’” with
Simon Levin, and
Corina Tarnita is now published in
- December 2021: I gave a virtual talk at
Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) Winter Meeting.
- August 2021:
Dan Larremore and I published an
article in SIAM News. Check it out!
- July 2021: I gave a talk at
Networks 2021. Recording available
here for registered attendees.
- June 2021: “Response thresholds alone cannot explain empirical patterns of division of labor in social insects” with co-first author
Corina Tarnita, and
Daniel Kronauer is now published in
- March 2021: I am serving as the Communications Secretary for the
Women in Network Science (WiNS) Society for 2021–2022.
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