About


I’m an undergraduate pursuing a bachelor’s degree in CS at Northwestern University. During my time at NU, I’ve primarily focused my studies on computer systems, and I’ve worked as an undergraduate researcher and teaching assistant at NU’s Department of Computer Science.

My research interests lie in compilers, code analyses and transformations, operating systems, computer architecture, and new technologies at the intersection of different layers of the computer systems stack – “blending” – that can improve performance and efficiency in new ways.

I have made contributions to long-term research projects such as the Interweaving Project and the Nautilus Aerokernel. I’m also an active member of several research groups including the NU Compilers Group, NU’s Prescience Lab, the NU Parallelism Group, and the NU TimeSqueezing Group. I currently work closely with Professors Peter Dinda and Simone Campanoni on research directions involving middle-end compiler optimizations and operating systems.

I look to pursue a PhD in computer science after graduation.