I work on applying mathematical proof techniques to reason about software security. My research focuses on proving that a security-critical program demonstrates end-to-end security by modeling programs in a formal system (e.g. first-order logic) and using formal analysis (e.g. theorem proving, type checking) to prove an absence of errors. Specifically, I am using these techniques to build provably correct security-critical applications to run on trusted hardware such as Intel SGX. I am being advised by Prof. Sanjit Seshia at UC Berkeley, where I am currently pursuing my PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

A Design and Verification Methodology for Secure Isolated Regions (PLDI 2016)

[slides]Moat: Verifying Confidentiality Properties of Enclave Programs (CCS 2015)

[slides]Automatic Rootcausing for Program Equivalence Failures (CAV 2015)

[slides]Formal Modeling and Verification of CloudProxy (VSTTE 2014)

Symbolic Software Model Validation (MEMOCODE 2013)

[slides]Verification with Small and Short Worlds (FMCAD 2012)

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My undergraduate research in design automation resulted in the following publications: