/ʃɪɹɑːg/, like the French president
Department of Computer Science
35 Olden Street, Princeton, NJ 08540
I am a first-year MSE candidate in computer science at Princeton University, advised by Margaret Martonosi. My primary research interests are in computer architecture, hardware accelerator models, and heterogeneous chips. Broadly speaking, I am also interested in programming languages, software/hardware verification, and algebraic theories of formal systems.
Previously, I attended Cornell University, where I graduated in May 2017 with a B.Sc. in computer science. At Cornell, I worked on providing appropriate pedagogical tools for the lambda-calculus as part of the research project for my senior thesis. I also tinkered with NVIDIA's CUDA programming language for a different project.