I am an assistant professor at Grinnell College in the Department of Computer Science. I completed my PhD at the University of Massachusetts Amherst advised by Emery Berger in the PLASMA Lab, where my dissertation work was supported by a Google Ph.D. Fellowship. My research interests include software performance, security, and reliability, with an emphasis on probabilistic and statistical techniques. Visit my research page to learn more about my past research projects.
My regularly schedule office hours this semester are MWF 11am–noon and MF 1–2pm. If you are unable to make it to my regularly scheduled office hours, I may be available for appointments during “Class Prep” times listed on my schedule below. Send me an email to set up an appointment. No appointment is necessary for my regularly-scheduled office hours, but I will give priority to students who sign up for office hours using the whiteboard on my door.
|8am||CSC 211||CSC 211||CSC 211||Research||CSC 211|
|9am||Class Prep||CSC 211||CSC 151 Meeting||Research||Class Prep|
|10am||CSC 151||CSC 151||CSC 151||Research||CSC 151|
|11am||Office Hours||Class Prep/ASFAC Meeting||Office Hours||Research||Office Hours|
|noon||Home/Division Meeting||CS Table||Department Meeting||Home||Home/Faculty Friday|
|1pm||Office Hours||MAP Meeting||Class Prep||Research||Office Hours|
|2pm||Observe CSC 151.02||Observe CSC 151.02||Observe CSC 151.02||Research||Observe CSC 151.02|
|3pm||Scheme Squad Meeting||Class Prep||Class Prep||Research||Class Prep|
|4pm||Class Prep||Class Prep||Wellness Time||CS Extra||Class Prep|
The Grinnell College CS department is hiring a new tenure-track faculty member. I have some thoughts about why you should work at Grinnell.
My article on causal profiling is in the latest issue of USENIX ;login:.
AutoMan just appeared as a research highlight in Communications of the ACM.
The course website for CSC 216 is now available.