I am a senior at Cornell University, studying Computer Science. Currently, I'm working with Nate Foster and Eric Campbell on heterogeneous network formalisms to efficiently and correctly synthesize control plane operations for differing data planes.
Programming languages as a field fascinates me. I'm especially drawn broadly to the problems of compiler verification (in its many flavors), expanding the expressiveness of proof assistants, and improving program synthesis (through examples, relational logics, or solver-aided PLs) for more effective application in specific domains.
This fall, I'll be applying to PhD programs with the aim of exploring PL further.
|Fall 2020||TA||Programming Languages and Logics at Cornell University|
|Spring 2019||TA||Discrete Structures at Cornell University|
|Fall 2018||TA||Discrete Structures at Cornell University|
|2020||The Next 700 Compiler Correctness Theorems (Functional Pearl) by Daniel Patterson and Amal Ahmed (Cornell Summer PLDG) [slides]|