I completed my Ph.D. at Tufts University in the Redline Research Group in 2017. My Ph.D. thesis advisor was Samuel Z. Guyer. I completed my Masters degree in Computer Science in 2013 at Tufts University, and my Bachelors in Computers Science Engineering at The Ohio State University in 2011. I am currently a lecturer at Northeastern University.
My main interest is studying program performance. I am particuarly interseted in the performance of concurrent systems. I perform my research by building static and dynamic, and software visualization tools.
The following are a list of courses I have previously developed and taught
I have participated in helping create many university organizations, and served in several roles to improve the academic experience of undergraduate and graduate students.