I am currently a first-year PhD student in the NetSys lab advised by the wonderful Scott Shenker and Sylvia Ratnasamy. I am broadly interested in work in any subset of Systems, Networking, and Security and I am hoping to make fundamental and principled contributions to these areas.
I received my B.S. in Computer Science from Cornell University. While at Cornell I became heavily involved in cutting-edge Systems and Networking research with the guidance of Professor Rachit Agarwal. I took two PhD courses in these areas and researched relevant topics that have allowed me to apply this knowledge.
Accomplishments: John Mcmullen Dean Scholar, Computing Research Association CREU Grant 2017, Intel Corporate Award, TAPIA 2017 Scholarship Recipient
During the summer of 2018 I interned at Microsoft Research in New York City with Siddhartha Sen. There I worked on an interesting project at the intersection of Databases and Data Structures.
For the summer of 2017 I worked at Electronic Arts as a project management intern in the security department of IT.
Accomplishments: Global vendor relations development and negotiations resulting in a $20,000 savings in forecasted budget. Gave weekly updates to CIO level staff surrounding the health of the department’s projects. Improved resource management workflow to enable a collaborative and seamless experience.