I am currently a first-year PhD student at MIT as part of the PDOS group. I spent 2017-18 abroad as a Fulbright Research Fellow at MPI-SWS, where I was advised by Professor Peter Druschel, and I was previously at Harvard, where I received my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Computer Science and was advised by Professor Eddie Kohler. My research interests include performance and scalability analysis, the application of formal methods to real-life systems, and designing communication systems.
Besides research, I enjoy playing violin, reading, and exploring the world around me. I am always free to sightread chamber music!
A.B./S.M. in Computer Science, 2017
We introduce a new communication paradighmed called Encounter-based Communicaion (EbC), which uses secure encounters as first-class objects to bootstrap communication.