I am a computer science PhD student at Princeton. I am very fortunate to have Prof. Mark Zhandry as my advisor.

My research interests lie in theoretical computer science, with an emphasis on cryptography. My recent projects have focused on secure program obfuscation and cryptographic multilinear maps.

I graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.S. in Mathematics from MIT. As an undergrad I was lucky to work with Prof. Erik Demaine.

In Summer 2018, I worked with Dr. Tancrède Lepoint as an intern at SRI International in New York City.

My CV is available here.