About Me

I am a software engineer working at Amazon based out of Washington DC.

I've earned a Master's degree in Computer Science at the University of Zurich with Magna Cum Laude honors, culminating in a thesis on Adversarial Attacks in Federated Learning. Previously, I earned a Bachelor's in Computer Science, and a Bachelor's in Mathematics at Santa Clara University, both with Cum Laude honors.

I am extremely passionate about games of all sorts - video games, board games, and sports. Through pursuing these interests, I have published two titles: a map-based card game and a VR wizarding game. Currently I am working on developing a tabletop board game in my free time.

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Technical Skills






Forge is a turn-based multiplayer strategy game built with Firebase and Unity. It combines elements from collectible card games, real-time strategy games, and deck-building games into a cohesive competitive experience.

Responsibilities included architecting networking, developing cloud functions, managing security rules, 3D modeling, game design, and gameplay programming.
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A multiplayer strategy game built with Firebase and Unity. Published on Steam!

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Master Thesis

Investigated the robustness in both horizontal- and vertical federated learning with adversarial attacks.

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Master Project

Developed an ethereum-based collaborative net neutrality breach detection system.

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A multiplayer virtual reality wizarding game. Won 1st in Santa Clara University's Imagine That! contest.

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Cryptography Teaching Software
Cryptography Teaching Software

A web-app used to teach AES-encryption in Santa Clara University's cryptography course.

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4-Dimensional Grapher

Worked with Professor Thomas Banchoff to graph 4-dimensional objects in virtual reality.

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University of Zurich Switzerland

Master of Science in Informatics, Magna Cum Laude Honors
Thesis - Robustness in Federated Learning
Master Project - Blockchain Net Neutrality Breach Detection
Master Module - Network Security

Santa Clara University California

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, Cum Laude Honors
Bachelor of Science, Mathematics, Cum Laude Honors
Member of Pi Mu Epsion, the Mathematics Honor Society

Certifications Coursera

Architecting with Google Kubernetes Engine: Foundations
Reliable Google Cloud Infrastructure: Design and Process
License M7R46MT4CX3L
Elastic Google Cloud Infrastructure: Scaling and Automation
License 7JFY3VX6NRF2
Preparing for the Google Cloud Professional Cloud Architect Exam
Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Core Services
Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation

Work History

Software Development Engineer

November 2019 - Present

Navigated ambiguous requirements to design models and API contracts for a brand new initiative. Implemented and tested reliable backend service endpoints to enable seamless integration with partner systems. Created and maintained an automated testing and delivery pipeline, resulting in improved software quality and team agility.

Head Virtual Reality Lab Tech

Santa Clara University
September 2017 - June 2019

Played a vital role in the creation and execution of interdepartmental virtual reality projects as the head lab technician in SCU's Imaginarium, collaborating with esteemed professors to design and implement cutting-edge technologies such as Latin VR (short article here) and a 4-dimensional grapher (video demo here). Consistently provided expert guidance and mentorship to students, and delivered engaging training on VR development to faculty and students alike.

Founder of VRONCOS

Santa Clara University
September 2018 - June 2019

I founded and became the president of VRONCOS, the VR club of the Santa Clara Broncos. It aimed to connect members to not only the technology of VR, but to the community behind it as well. VRONCOS grew to a community of over 50 student members by the end of my tenure as president.

Peer Educator in Virtual Reality

Santa Clara University
September 2018 - March 2019

As a peer educator, I assisted professors, helped explain concepts, and mentored students during lectures.

Teacher’s Assistant in Mathematics

Santa Clara University
January 2017 - June 2018

As a teacher's assistant, I graded homework regularly for courses in Combinatorics, Statistics, and Advanced Calculus.

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