About Me

I am a recent graduate of the University of Chicago, where I studied Computer Science and Math as an undergrad, and also completed a masters degree in the field of distributed computing. I now work at Google as a software engineer.

While at UChicago, I spent my time working on interesting projects like FuncX and PandaSQL, organizing educational events and hackathons as the director of Uncommon Hacks, and teaching Computer Science fundamentals as a TA.

In the recent past, I have worked on accelerating neural networks for object recognition at Uber ATG, building low-latency cluster-job executors for Parsl, and improving dataset infrastructure as part of Petastorm.