- My Interests
- My Work
- How to Contact Me
- My Plans
- My Cat and Bunnies
I am currently a graduate student at UBC, officially starting in September 2018
I graduated from the University of Washington in June 2018 with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science.
My CV is available here.
I am currently most interested in compilers, types, program synthesis, and DSLs. I like doing research and working on random projects (few amount to anything useful).
Outside of school, I am a fencing referee who hopes to one day referee at the Olympics. I have refereed at many national tournaments in the United States. I pass my time by playing computer games, working on various personal projects, playing with my cat, and learning new tricks
My main experience was working on the UWPLSE research project Cassius. You can see more about my work on Cassius under My Research.
I very recently started working on PGo at UBC, check back later for more.
School Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
My Preferred method of communication is Email. I'll usually get back to you within a few days. If your message is urgent, please indicate that somehow in the Email message.
I'm also available via Slack, Skype, text, over the phone, or in person. Send me an Email and I will tell you how to contact me on those platforms.
I have very recently started graduate school at UBC after graduating from the University of Washington. I am planning to get a PH.D. and then move on to industrial research (perhaps doing a postdoc in between).
My cat's name is Socrates, Soccers for short. I adopted him from the RASKC in July 2016 when he was about two monthes old. His main interests include watching birds, playing with toys, sleeping, and eating. He is energetic and friendly, and likes to be held and sit on shoulders. He moved up to Canada with me, and is very happy I brought him with me, but he does miss playing with my bunnies.
My bunnies are named Honey and Simba. Simba is the big grey lionshead, and Honey is the orange one. Honey is very friendly, playful, and mischivious, while Simba is more mellow. Unfourtunately I couldn't bring them to Canada, so they remained at home.