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