About Me

I am a second year MSCS student at Stanford. I currently work with Professor Dan Boneh and Professor Giancarlo Pellegrino at the Stanford Computer Security Laboratory. I am also part of the Stanford Vision and Learning Lab, specifically in the Partnership in AI-Assisted Care led by Professor Fei-Fei Li and Professor Arnold Milstein. I worked with multiple security groups during my undergraduate years at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, including the Illinois Security Lab with Professor Carl Gunter and the Hatswitch group with Professor Nikita Borisov.

Research Interests

My research interests primarily lie within the intersection of security and machine learning. I currently work on defenses against machine learning attacks covering mechanisms including data poisoning and adversarial perturbations. I also focus on privacy-safe deep learning using unintrusive sensors, homomorphic encryption, and differentially-private training, especially within healthcare contexts.

Previously, I have explored core computer vision problems such as fewshot learning and video retrieval and applying action recognition techniques for healthcare tasks. Going back even further, I have worked in core computer security and privacy research, especially on side-channel attacks.

Recent News

  • Invited to a spotlight presentation at the 2018 NeurIPS ML4H Workshop at Montreal.