I'm a first-year PhD student in computer science at Berkeley. I design cryptographic schemes for quantum computers that provide greater security than classical schemes could ever achieve.
As an undergrad at Princeton (class of 2019), I studied electrical engineering with a minor in applied math, and I mainly did research with Mark Zhandry. I explored broadly, working on photonics, parallel computing, quantum cryptography, and more. Through these projects, I honed the purpose of my current research: to leverage unusual physics or hardware to create better algorithms and cryptographic schemes.