I am a fourth year PhD student in computer science at Stanford. My
research interests largely focus on distributed systems and networking.
I am lucky to be advised by
I also closely collaborate with Irene Zhang
I am supported by a
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
(2019) and a Stanford School of Engineering Fellowship (2018-2019).
I received both my Bachelor's (2017) and my M.Eng (2018) degrees at MIT, where I researched in the
Networks and Mobile Systems
My work focused on congestion control; I worked on
Clamor: Extending Functional Cluster Computing
Frameworks with Fine-Grained Remote Memory Access.
Breakfast of Champions: Towards Zero-Copy
Serialization with NIC Scatter-Gather.
POSH: A Data-Aware Shell.
Model Assertions for Monitoring and Improving ML Models.
Model Assertions for Debugging Machine Learning.
Restructuring Endpoint Congestion Control.
Pantheon: the training ground for Internet congestion-control research.
I am always on the lookout for a good scone, and I enjoy making lattes.
Once I contributed a small Linux kernel