Registered user since Tue 11 Dec 2018
I am a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University studying Computer Science. I received my BS in Computer Science from Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College in 2016 and my MA in Computer Science from Princeton University in 2018.
My primary research interests lie in Programming Languages, Automated Reasoning, and software verification with an emphasis on design and analysis of logics, solvers, and algorithms for automated or semi-automated reasoning of concurrent and distributed systems. Additionally, I have a broad interest in machine learning, artificial intelligence, and statistical inference and how it may be incorporated with more logical / sound reasoning principles.
|POPL 2021||Artifact Evaluator in Artifact Evaluation Committee within the Artifact Evaluation-track|
|VMCAI 2019||Author of A Practical Algorithm for Structure Embedding within the VMCAI 2019-track|