Research Interests

My research interests are a blend of computer science theory and complex systems. My work has focused on the development of algorithmic trading strategies, understanding the structure of financial markets, and using formal verification techniques in software defined networks.

Professional Activity

I'm supported by a graduate teaching assistantship, currently assisting with modeling complex systems, and programming languages. Additionally I am a Graduate Fellow at The Mitre Corporation where I analyze petabyte-level financial data to understand interactions between high frequency trading strategies and market micro-structure.


I am a member of the Computational Story Lab research group, which is headed by two of my advisers, Chris Danforth and Peter Dodds. Additionally I am a member of a computer security research group run by my adviser Chris Skalka.