Experience

PRISE logo Harvard University - Prof. James Mickens
Through Harvard College's Program for Research in Science and Engineering (PRISE), and continuing as my senior thesis, I am researching how to secure smartphone apps using hardware-only isolation primitives. We propose that a more secure model of execution environment (EE) isolation can be provided by expanding native hardware virtualization support throughout the device. Shifting the burden of virtualization to the hardware eliminates the need for complex software management of EE isolation, reducing the trusted computing base and therefore improving security.
Cambridge, MA
Jun 2017 – Present
CMU logo Carnegie Mellon University - Prof. Bruce McLaren
I began as a full-time summer intern developer of LASAD, a web-based application for student production of collaborative argument diagrams, and continued as a part-time employee through the 2015-2016 academic year and 2016 summer.
Pittsburgh, PA
May 2015 – Aug 2016
RWE logo RWE - Bermuda Digital Studio
While in Germany as part of the 2016 Ruhr Fellowship, I interned as an iOS app developer for RWE's Innovation Team: Bermuda Digital Studio.
Bochum, Germany
Jun 2016 – Jul 2016
ABV logo A Broader View Volunteers
During my month-long winter break during freshman year, I volunteered as a child care aide at the orphanage Aldea Infantil Juan Pablo II in Cusco, Peru. You can read about my experience here.
Cusco, Peru
Dec 2014 – Jan 2015
University of Pittsburgh logo University of Pittsburgh - Prof. Paolo Zunino
During my gap year, I modeled vibrating membranes with Fourier series in MATLAB under Prof. Zunino's guidance.
Pittsburgh, PA
Jan 2014 – May 2015