I graduated from UCSB in June 2014. I worked with Prof. Tim Sherwood at the Archlab where I researched secure computer architectures. Meanwhile, I also gained great experience in distributed systems, operating system design and cloud computing offered by Prof. Rich Wolski. I am currently working at Microsoft Silicon Valley.
- SRAM Inspection for Security: Built an automation system to inspect SRAM data pattern affected by stress writing tests; Analyze SRAM cell bias change.
- Software Engineer, Microsoft Silicon Valley, 2014-Present
- Software Engineering Intern, NVIDIA Corporation, 2013 summer.
- CS16 Problem Solving with Computers I, Prof. Michael Costanzo, Winter 2013, Spring 2013
- CS160 Translation of Programming Languages, Prof. Tim Sherwood, Fall 2012
- UCSB ArchLab
- homepage at Google site
- We all start in the same place: no money, no resources, no contacts, no experience. The difference is that some people -- the winners -- choose to start anyway.