I am a graduate of Northwestern University, having earned a BS in Computer Science from the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science. My internships at Amobee and World Fuel Services, along with the summer I spent assisting Prof. Martin Gargiulo at INSEAD, have shaped my interest in data engineering. I also have a keen interest in the architecture of at-scale distributed systems, and in particular, their cloud-based implementations. I am excited to continue to grow further in this space this summer as a software engineering intern on Apple’s Data Solutions & Initiatives team.
Below is a list of some of my relevant coursework at Northwestern:
CS 212: Mathematical Foundations Of Computer Science
CS 214: Data Structures And Data Management
CS 310: Scalable Software Architectures
CS 336: Design & Analysis of Algorithms
CS 340: Intro To Computer Networking
CS 343: Operating Systems
CS 345: Distributed Systems
CS 393: Software Construction
CS 496: Systems Programming in Rust
I grew up in Singapore, and am an alumnus of Singapore American School. My high school activities (including Debate and Model UN) took me to Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Delhi, Bangkok, Jakarta, Queenstown (New Zealand), Thimphu (Bhutan), and Dharamsala (India). The experience of having been immersed in both Eastern and Western cultures has been a profoundly enriching experience for me.
I enjoy reading, playing chess, and hanging out with friends, especially ones who share my manic interests in sports and music.