I’m a doctoral candidate in the USER Lab. My research focuses on cybersecurity for the Web, IoT, and the interface of hardware and software. I am currently working on developing a framework for scalable evaluation of the security infrastructure of the internet.
Before joining the USER Lab, I worked for 7 years doing semiconductor design for Intel and Qualcomm. That work focused on finding ways to ensure clock quality, power efficiency, and signal integrity without sacrificing performance. I am interested in applying my work experience to security problems that lie in the domain of IoT, embedded systems, and deep learning.
Outside of research and science fiction, I am an avid traveler who is interested in checking out how devices work.