Prior Projects

The Mobile Web Tracking Survey compares mobile web tracking practices with web tracking on desktops. Using a web crawler based on FourthParty, we gathered web tracking data, such as cookies, on popular mobile devices.
This work was the first major study of what is now the Princeton Web Transparency and Accountability Project.

ELARA is a recycling and waste management service that helps users separate their waste correctly leveraging a crowd-sourced database of waste items to assist users in identifying the correct waste bin for their items. ELARA's interactive recycling kiosks also allow users to track their usage and progress.
The design and implementation of this system are described in my Senior Honors thesis.

The Vireos Computer is an educational FPGA-based platform for computer architecture and operating systems courses. Based on the 16-bit educational architecture Larc, the Vireos computer supports basic I/O devices and peripherals, and is capable of running a Unix-based shell in the Vireos educational OS.
I presented this work at the 2011 New York Conference for Women in Computing (NYCWiC).