I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Computer Science department at Cornell, where I am advised by Hakim Weatherspoon. My research focuses on datacenter networking in the post Moore's law era. In particular, my current project examines implementing a datacenter network without packet switches, using only circuit switches.

Before Cornell, I received undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Engineering Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While there, I was fortunate enough to work with Marco Caccamo and his group on creating autonomous solar-powered UAVs.

I grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C. In my free time, I enjoy studying languages (the natural kind). Currently, I consider myself fluent in English, Hebrew, French, and Japanese.

Publications



Invited Talks

  • "Optimal Oblivious Reconfigurable Networks" - MIT, January 2023
  • "Optimal Oblivious Reconfigurable Networks" - Cornell Industry-Academic Partnership, October 2022
  • "Optimal Oblivious Reconfigurable Networks" - Microsoft Research Cambridge, June 2022
  • "Optimal Oblivious Circuit-Swiched Datacenter Networks" - University of Washington, November 2021