This summer, I began my graduate studies in the Computer Security and Privacy Lab at the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science at the University of Washington where I am co-advised by Professors Yoshi Kohno and Franzi Roesner. I am broadly interested in research that improves the security of computer systems at the intersection of the physical and the cyber spaces, such as augmented reality, the Internet of things, and self-driving vehicles. Recently, I have been working on a project exploring the vulnerability of machine learning-based vision systems to adversarially modified physical objects such as road signs.
Before becoming a graduate student at UW, I completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics at Lafayette College in the beautiful city of Easton, Pennsylvania.
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