I am a sixth-year Ph.D. student in the Programming Languages group of the computer science department at Princeton University.
My advisor is David Walker.
My research focus lies in applying tools and techniques from the programming languages community to modeling and analyzing software-defined networks. In particular, I'm interested in developing intermediate languages and compilation techniques for targeting different kinds of networking hardware, like Barefoot's RMT, Intel's FlexPipe, and Cisco's Doppler switches.
Concurrent NetCore: From Policies to Pipelines. Cole Schlesinger, Michael Greenberg, and David Walker. ICFP 2014. [pdf]
NetKAT: Semantic Foundations for Networks. Carolyn Jane Anderson, Nate Foster, Arjun Guha, Jean-Baptiste Jeannin, Dexter Kozen, Cole Schlesinger, and David Walker. POPL, 2014. [pdf]
The Frenetic Network Controller. The Frenetic Contributors. The OCaml Users and Developers Workshop, 2013.
Languages for Software-defined Networks. Nate Foster, Arjun Guha, Mark Reitblatt, Alec Story, Michael J. Freedman, Naga Praveen Katta, Christopher Monsanto, Joshua Reich, Jennifer Rexford, Cole Schlesinger, David Walker, and Rob Harrison. IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 51, No. 2. February 2013.
Abstractions for Network Update. Mark Reitblatt, Nate Foster, Jen Rexford, Cole Schlesinger, and David Walker. SIGCOMM, August 2012. [pdf]
Splendid Isolation: A Slice Abstraction for Software-Defined Networks. Stephen Gutz, Alec Story, Cole Schlesinger, Nate Foster. HotSDN, August 2012. [pdf]