I am many things, but first and foremost I am an undergraduate research assistant with the University of Arizona Computer Science Department. I work on the Science up to Par (s2par) project with Dr. Michelle Strout, where I focus on the automatic parallelization of binary executables.
I also do experimental archaeology research as a University of Arizona Spirit of Inquiry grant recipient. I work with Dr. Elena Hasaki on modelling ancient Greek pottery techniques, where I focus on creating tools that aid in the data analysis process.
My research interests include:
- Program analysis and optimization
- Computability theory
- Compilers and programming languages
- Parallel programming
- Graph theory
When I am not working on research, I enjoy music, yoga, and volunteering with my fraternity brothers.