I'm a second-year PhD student in Princeton's Security and Privacy Research Group and the S* Network Systems Group. I'm also a Graduate Student Fellow at Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy. My research focuses primarily on security, operating systems and networks. I especially enjoy building systems that provide strong security and privacy despite running in untrusted environments.
Previously, I recevied my M.S.E. in Computer Science from Princeton in June 2014, and was co-advised by Ed Felten and Mike Freedman. My Master's thesis was on CONIKS, a practical key management system for end users, which is run by untrusted key servers.
I received my B.S. in Computer Science, with a Minor in Physics from Hobart and William Smith Colleges (HWS) in Geneva, NY in May 2012.