I am a Ph.D.candidate in Computer Science at Cornell University. I live in the wonderful Ithaca, New York and am advised by Gün Sirer. My research current focuses on Byzantine fault-tolerant systems, in particular Blockchain protocols. I am also a member of the Initiative for Cryptocurrencies and Contracts (IC3) and the Cornell Systems Lab.
Talk to me:
- Understanding Rack-Scale Disaggregated Storage.Hot Topics in Storage and File Systems, 2017.
- Enabling Strong Database Integrity using Trusted Execution Environments.CoRR, abs/1801.01618v2, 2018.
- Scaling Databases Through Trusted Hardware Proxies.Workshop on System Software for Trusted Execution, 2017.
- CCN Forwarding Strategies for Multihomed Mobile Terminals.International Conference and Workshops on Networked Systems, 2015.
- Cultural Fault Lines and Political Polarization.International ACM Web Science Conference, 2017.
- CS 4410: Operating Systems, Fall 2015, Spring 2017 (TA Award)
- CS 4320: Database Systems, Fall 2014
- Datenkommunikation (Computer Networks), Fall 2013
- I live in a wonderful cooperative house with other students and Ithaca locals.
- When I don't spend hours in front of the computer, I like to plant vegetables, do Yoga, and occasionally rock climb.