I am a Software Engineer at Cerebras Systems.My interests span a wide range of complex computational systems such as compilers, runtimes, and deep neural networks. I am especially interested in understanding performance characteristics and failure modes of these systems. My past work includes research into self-supervised representation learning, automated compiler-level software analysis, hardware security research, and memory-corruption attacks.
|since '22||building MLIR-based compilers for the world's largest AI chip at Cerebras Systems|
|'19 to '22||Postdoctoral Researcher at the Secure Systems and Software Laboratory of Professor Michael Franz|
|'14 to '19||PhD student at the Intel Collaborative Research Institute and the System Security Lab of Professor Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi|
|'13 to '14||developed trade-workflow and performance-analysis tools at 360T for their OTC/FX-trading platform|
|'09 to '13||studied Mathematics at Gutenberg Universität and Computer Science (B.Sc.) at HSRM|