I’m an undergrad at Carnegie Mellon University studying computer science. I enjoy exploring new problems at the intersections of theoretical cs, mathematics, and software, especially using new theoretical tools to build new systems and improve the performance, privacy, and security of existing ones. At the moment, I’m particularly interested in theoretical+applied cryptography research, systems, and cloud computing.

I’m currently working with Professor Wenting Zheng and the Cryptosystems Group @ The Systems, Networking, and Performance (SNAP) lab here at CMU, and in my spare time am working on the Tensordock marketplace. Previously, I worked with the Computational Structures Group @ MIT CSAIL studying privacy-preserving database access under the mentorship of Sacha Servan-Schreiber.

I’d love to chat about any of these (or any other disparate) projects, and anything in between, so feel free to reach out :)

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