Since July 2018, I have been an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago. I primarily teach foundational programming and computer systems’ courses in the Masters Program in Computer Science but I am also fortunate enough to teach classes in the wonderful Computational Analysis & Public Policy program.
I am also Associate Director of the Masters Program in Computer Science (MPCS), where my main responsibility is help advise students about the courses offered in the MPCS program. If you would like to learn more about MPCS then please visit our website.
I earned a PhD in 2016 from the Computer Science department at the University of Chicago, where I was advised by John Reppy. My dissertation focused creating a programming language for implementing declaractive computer graphics applications using Functional Reactive Programming. Currently, I am not actively involved in research, however, my reasearch interests in past have revolved programming languages, compilers, concurrency, and GPGPUs. You can research experience on here.