I’m a Postdoctoral Researcher at Purdue University at the Reliable and Secure Systems Lab. My research interests lie in the intersection of software security, program analysis, and compilers. I’m also interested in the “core” systems areas of operating systems and virtualization.
I successfully defended by Ph.D. thesis in October 2021 at Stony Brook University. As part of my dissertation project, I built a scalable defense against sensitive information leakage. As part of this, I spent a significant part of the years 2019 – 2020, wrestling with pointer analysis techniques, and in particular the SVF pointer analysis library. I wrote up my findings in these blog posts here.
I’m always looking for exciting opportunities in program analysis and compilers!
My Google Scholar page is here.
My Resume is here.