I like machine learning and compilers, and I especially like both of them together. In particular, I like machine learning applied to programming systems. Not only are programming systems full of human written heuristics, they are also an excellent testbed for the next frontier of AI research - reasoning.
I'm currently an undergraduate at Cornell University. I go by the pseudonym "Chilli" (or variants of it) on most websites.
Links: [Email] [Resume] [Twitter] [Google Scholar]
Why you might know me.
- - I wrote an article on the State of Machine Learning Frameworks after my internship on the PyTorch team.
- - I used to be the primary maintainer for the most popular VSCode Vim extension (VSCodeVim).
- - I'm competing in the International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC) World Finals for Cornell, and have also contributed heavily to the excellent ICPC algorithms library KACTL.
- - Back in high school, I founded and helped lead First Tech Challenge team 8375 (Vulcan Robotics), ending up as Finalist Alliance Captain in 2016 World Finals. This was our robot.
- - My research :)