I currently work as a software developer for NVIDIA, in the bowels of simulation-and-testing infrastructure. I recently received my PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. My PhD research focused on Real-Time Systems, a discipline that seeks to producing techniques for allowing computer programs to run in predictable amounts of time.
I am interested in operating systems and a variety of low-level programming topics both in my research and in my personal projects. Additionally, I enjoy fractals. I was a winner of the 2020 International Obfuscated C Code Contest.
For a list of my more-complete programming projects, see my GitHub page.
For more information about my research, teaching, and publications, see my school webpage.