I worked on PrivacyGrade as a part of my mobile privacy research. This work has been featured on Time magazine and The New York Times.
I'm a computer science major at Carnegie Mellon University. When I'm not learning more about math, computer science and software engineering, I can be found playing video games, watching sports, reading literature, and exploring Pittsburgh.
...most things in computer science. Lately, I've gotten into algorithms, cryptography, and complexity theory. Before that, I was into compilers and programming language semantics. I also enjoy mobile development and have significant experience with Android development (and a little iOS). I have a soft spot for computer systems classes where I learn to hack in C like it was 1989. And of course, I would be remiss if I didn't mention that where I come from, functions are values, and pirates split gold very often.