Advisors: Andrew Chien
Before starting my PhD at UChicago, I studied Computer Science at the University of Washington, Seattle, with a minor in Mathematics. My senior honors thesis was advised by Prof. Luis Ceze in the Molecular Information Systems Laboratory, and I was a co-author for the paper “Puddle: A Dynamic, Error-Correcting, Full-Stack Microfluidics Platform”, which was submitted to ASPLOS ’19.
I was born in Redmond, WA, and spent some years in Pune, India. Go Seahawks!
I’m currently working on a project in sustainable computing research with Prof. Andrew Chien as part of the LSSG group. I am also interested in exploring the possibility of pursuing quantum computing research, with Profs. Yanjing Li and Fred Chong.