I am currently a Post Doctoral Researcher at ETH Zurich in the Disco (Distributed Computing) Lab working under Roger Wattenhofer. I did my PhD thesis on Causes and Mitigations of Centralization in Blockchain Systems at Northeastern University’s Khoury College of Computer Science under the supervision of Alan Mislove and Rajmohan Rajaraman. Before that, I received my B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Tulane University. My research continues to focus on various aspects of the foundations of blockchain protocols and their networks, including measurement studies, analytical evaluations and building new protocols.

For available ETH bachelor and masters theses and semester projects check out the DISCO page or reach out to me if you have an idea for a project you would like to work on!