I am a fifth-year computer science Ph.D. at Stanford University advised by Prof. Keith Winstein and Prof. Philip Levis, with a research focus on applying machine learning to improve networked systems.
My most recent research proposed a machine-learned video streaming algorithm that robustly outperforms existing schemes. For the purposes of training and evaluation, I built a live TV streaming website, Puffer (Community Award at NSDI '20), which currently has more than 100,000 users, and is covered by Wikipedia and many press articles. Previously, I received a USENIX ATC Best Paper Award for Pantheon.
In my spare time, I play table tennis at the Stanford Table Tennis Club.