I'm a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate at the University of Washington Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering. I work between the PLSE and MISL groups using programming language techniques in conventional and unconventional domains.

I'm currently working on programming models for microfluidic chips. These architectures promise to make labs-on-a-chip (LoCs) scalable and affordable, but issues like high error rates, resource management, and concurrency make them difficult to program. The Puddle framework aims to provide a safer, easier way to program these devices.

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