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In May 2012, I graduated from Brown University with a master's degree in Computer Science. I focused on systems, and for my master's project, implemented a low-overhead application sandbox using x86 hardware virtualization. I also got my undergraduate degree at Brown, graduating magna cum laude in 2011.

While I was at Brown, I worked as a SPOC ("Systems Programmer, Operator, and Consultant") for the CS department. I provided off-hours support for the department's computer systems, and helped the full-time technical staff with administrative requests and software projects. In my spare time I developed Portable Sunlab, which was later adopted officially as a remote access solution. I was also a two-time head TA for CS31, the now-discontinued introductory systems course, where I did significant course development.

This page is focused solely on my activities while at Brown. For more recent information, you should visit my personal website.

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Student Groups

I was heavily involved in several student groups: