I am interested in the intersection of computer, human, and art. Part computer scientist, privacy enthusiast, and typography geek; I delight in exploring new passion and challenges. These are some of the work I'm most proud of.
Cookie Police is a Chrome extension that assigns a real-time score to webpages, based on an algorithm and metrics developed through a user-study. It is the implementation for a class project of the Information Security, Privacy and Policy class taught by Prof. Nicolas Christin at Carnegie Mellon University. I worked on the project with two other students from École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne: Mathieu Chevalley and Abderrahmane Lazraq, under the supervision of Sruti Bhagavatula. This project won the best project award, including a prize of US$1,000.
A preprint summarizing our work is available here.
One of the most rewarding projects I've undertaken so far; I conceptualized, orchestrated, and saw through the success of this 25-day marketing campaign. A modern take on the traditional Advent Calendar—this project had me coding, designing graphics, and making films. I thoroughly enjoyed this project for its multidisciplinary requirements, and giving me a chance to tell stories about the amazing people we have in our university.