I am a Research Fellow at the National University of Singapore, under Prof. Seth Gilbert. I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico, USA, under the advisement of Prof. Jared Saia. My current research is focused on designing provably secure, scalable, and efficient protocols for distributed systems.
In general, topics related to Randomized Algorithms, Distributed Graph Algorithms, Algorithmic Game Theory, and Biologically-inspired Algorithms spike my interest. In my free time, I like solving mathematical puzzles, reading sci-fiction, and traveling. I have served on the boards of various student and departmental organizations – UNM CS Advisory Board (Graduate Representative), Computer Science Graduate Student Association (CSGSA) (President), and UNM Women in Computing (Vice President). Here is a link to my LinkedIn.
Looking for positions starting January 2022.
Email: dcsdg at nus dot edu dot sg
- Joined NUS School of Computing as Research Fellow – Nov, 2020
- Moved to Singapore
- Defended Dissertation with Distinction – Nov, 2020
- Talk at UNM CS Colloquium
- Talk at Aalto CS Theory Seminar
- Invited paper at SIROCCO’20
- Talk at UNM STEM Symposium’20
- Talk at ICDCN’20
- Received PODC Student Travel Grant for PODC’19
- Paper selected at IROS’19
- Talk at Security of Permissionless Systems (SPS) Workshop
- Summer Intern (2019) at MathWorks EDG (Natick, MA)
- Received TCPP Student Travel Grant for IPDPS’19
- Paper selected at IPDPS’19
- Workshop selected at PODC’19 – Security of Permissionless Systems (SPS)
- Brief Announcement selected at PODC’19
- Presented at 3rd Winter School in Computer Science and Engineering