I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University and a graduate student fellow of the Program for Quantitative and Analytical Political Science (Q-APS). My work received the John T. Williams Dissertation Prize in 2017 from the Society for Political Methodology. I obtained a B.A. in Liberal Arts from the University of Tokyo in 2015, and also studied at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, as a visiting student in 2013.
I am broadly interested in political methodology and comparative political behavior. Methodological interest includes causal inference, machine learning, experimental design and social network analysis. My research has focused on causal inference with networks, causal interaction and positive empirical models of election fraud.