Computer Engineering Department
Jack Baskin School of Engineering
University of California, Santa Cruz
My LinkedIn Profile
My main areas of interest within computer engineering are computer networks, particularly layers 2 and 3 of the TCP/IP stack and Software-Defined Networking (which I am doing my Master's project on), and cybersecurity. Computer and network security are critical so I am grateful that I have experience with them that I can apply to any system I build. My other interests, even though I have little experience in them, are in the fields of distributed systems, cloud computing, and AI.
In graduate school, my plan is to continue working on the DSMR project with Professor Brad Smith while taking courses to augment my knowledge in general of the field of computer science and engineering.
Papers and Projects
Dominant State Multipath Routing Paper
This paper documents my work on the Dominant State Multipath Routing project with Professor Brad Smith in detail. It was written as a report and is not intended for publication because the project is still a work in progress.
Dominant State Multipath Routing Repository
This repository contains my work on the Dominant State Multipath Routing project with Professor Brad Smith.
Coming soon: a paper on a project I contributed to during my internship at Sandia National Laboratories during Summer 2018 will be published at ICNC in February 2019. The project's goal is to measure differences between physical network testbeds and virtualized network testbeds.
Other Interests and Hobbies
Outside of academia, I enjoy snowboarding, boating and watersports, rock climbing, and mountain biking. My indoor hobbies include video games, tabletop games, board games, and card games (all with friends, of course).