Designing compiler infrastructure for tensor algebra in hail
I'm a senior at Northeastern University studying computer science and mathematics. I love learning about computer science, math, and the intersection of the two in science and education. If I haven't talked your ear off about something I've learned in class, you probably haven't known me long enough (or maybe just the right amount).
I recently finished an internship on the Demand Engineering team at Slack, where I focused on implementing Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) Stapling in the open source proxy and load-balancer, envoy. Previously, I worked at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard as a software engineering co-op on the hail team. My work focused on developing a distributed linear algebra compiler to enable the application of machine learning on large-scale genomic datasets. I also spent the Spring of 2020 as a student researcher at the Oxford Big Data Institute, working on a novel data structure and associated algorithms for compressing and processing large-scale genetic data.
At school, I spend most of my "free" time working as a TA for Fundamentals of Computer Science 1 and serving as a member of Husky Ambassadors, Northeastern's student tour guide organization. I am also a member of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS). Last year, I was the Digital Core Analysis Lead in an awesome team of undergraduates competing in NASA's RASC-AL Moon to Mars Ice & Prospecting Challenge.
You can learn more about my work and research on my resume. Check out a few of my projects below and let me know what you think!
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