I'm a third year computer science Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan with Professor Alex Halderman.
I graduated with a B.A. in Computer Science from Rice University in 2015, where I worked with Professor Dan Wallach on
STAR-Vote. I have also spent time at Microsoft Research working on remote attestation and
security protocols involving secure kiosks with Josh Benaloh, and at Cloudflare working on
certificate transparency and SSL/TLS features. My research interests
focus on the broad social implications of technology and privacy, delving into computer security, cryptography, networks, usability, censorship, systems, and voting technology.
I am currently the course operations liaison for Securing Digital Democracy, an on-demand Coursera course.