I’m an undergraduate computer engineering student at USC with an interest in computer networking and operating systems.
I'm currently working on a project extracting natural mathematical expressions from flight software binaries. I'm also working on my senior thesis on simulating FPGAs at line-rate on commodity hardware. Some of my past projects include defending against application-layer denial of service attacks using kernel profiling and intelligent binary patching.
I've also done research into integrating FPGAs into IDS workflows at Harvard University. Before that, I worked on rover simulation for Mars 2020 at NASA-JPL, and worked on line-rate packet capture at Sandia National Laboratories.
2021 Goldwater Scholar