I am a rising senior majoring in Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with interests in security, systems, and CS education. On campus, I've been involved in research, teaching, and the student community. I currently work on security research at the FPSG, where I study microarchitectural side-channel attacks. I am a lead course assistant for Illinois CS 241: System Programming. In the past, I've helped organize HackIllinois and the Reflections | Projections technology conference. I've had industry experience through software engineering internships at Facebook (*), Salesforce, and Virtusa.
I'm open to hearing about research projects and internships relating to computer science, especially relating to security and distributed systems. If you are interested working with me, or discussing professional opportunities, feel free to email or use the contact form at the end of this page.
Meeting me / getting in touch
If you'd like to get to know me personally or meet me (e.g. just to chat, or for a meal), I welcome such opportunities; you can schedule time with me here. Please be sure to leave a short note about yourself and why you'd like to meet me. Short of that, feel free to add me on Facebook (again, with a note, please), or email me. I love meeting new people, and find cultivating good relationships with people to be a source of strength.
Things I enjoy talking about
Board game strategies, bubble tea places around the world, education, electronic music, investing, mental health, music production, philosophy, productivity tips, psychology, romantic relationships, startups, table tennis, tech news, VC, and of course, anything and everything computer science.