Urbana, Illinois, United States
My primary research interests are in computer architecture, approximate computing, heterogeneous computing, and reliability. I am also broadly interested in operating systems, compilers, security (both hardware and software), and neuromorphic processessing.
I obtained my Bachelors in Science and Engineering from the Electrical Engineering Department at Princeton University. During my undergraduate career, I had the privilege of doing research with Professor Paul Prucnal on spiking photonic neurons; I did research with Professor Sharad Malik on firewall verification; and I wrote my senior thesis under the guidance of Professor David Wentzlaff on a novel data center architecture. Upon graduation, I was the recipient of the John Ogden Bigelow Jr. Prize in Electrical Engineering.
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