I am PhD Student in Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. I enjoy devoting my time and attention to a variety of activities and intellectual pursuits. I am fortunate to be advised by Randal Burns.
My research interests include:
For more information on my projects, see projects page.
For a list of papers and presentations, see Google Scholar.
I also enjoy traveling and rock climbing.
I am currently a PhD Student in Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University advised by Randal Burns. I received the Gordon Croft Fellowship.
I earned my Bachelors of Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2017, completing a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics and a double minor in Economics and Management Science. I am a member of both the Engineering Honor Society (TBP) and the Computer Science Honor Society (HKN). I was the Lockheed Martin Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar, under the supervision of Daniela Rus and Sertac Karaman.
I have worked with a variety of classes from my undergrad through my PhD:
I have completed multiple Software and Data Engineering internships: