I am an assistant professor in Computer Science at NYU. Previously, I received my PhD from UC Berkeley where I was advised by Scott Shenker and worked in the NetSys Lab. Even earlier, I received a Sc.B. with honors in Math-CS from Brown.

My research interests lie in finding lightweight mechanisms for achieving correctness in systems (broadly defined). My dissertation looked at how to implement and execute network functions; and how to verify correctness for NFV (network function virtualization) deployments. A selection of past projects and publications can be found on this site.

Before starting at NYU, I spent a year as a software developer at Nefeli Networks, a startup focused on solutions for Network Function orchestration. Between Brown and Berkeley I spent a few years working on the Midori kernel at Microsoft.

Teaching

Fall 2018: Distributed Systems

Publications

2018

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2015

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2012

2008

Service

Reviewing