My research focuses on edge computing and zero-configuration network technologies. I seek to apply the Named Data Networking (NDN) information-centric networking (ICN) architecture in these areas.
I received a B.S. (Honors) in Computer Science from the University of Arizona in May 2018. During my undergraduate years, I was an Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Network Research Laboratory and was advised by Prof. Beichuan Zhang. My research during this time focused on improving network performance through in-network caching, particularly for big data systems and LAN environments. I will receive an M.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan in May 2020.
I also previously worked on NDN research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and was supervised by Dr. Lotfi Benmohamed. During this time, I contributed to the development of a standardized framework to perform network measurements in NDN environments.
Ph.D. in Computer Science
MS in Computer Science and Engineering, 2020
University of Michigan
BS in Computer Science, 2018
University of Arizona