About Me

I'm a fifth-year PhD student working with Mike Freedman in the S* Network Systems Group. In tha past, I have collaborated with folks in the Security and Privacy Group and Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy. My current research focuses primarily on security and operating systems.

Since June of this year, I'm a Graduate Intern on the Trusted Distributed Systems team in the Security and Privacy Research group at Intel Labs. A few years ago, I was an OS Security Engineering Intern on the CoreOS team at Apple.

Previously, I received 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 a practical key management system for end users, which is run by untrusted key servers (an early version of CONIKS).

I received my B.S. in Computer Science, with a Minor in Physics from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in May 2012.

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