Tutor profile: Charlie M.
PhD Student & Lecturer
I am a PhD student at Princeton university studying Computer Science with a focus on probably correct programs, logic, and program analysis. I have taught courses in beginner programming, algorithms, data structures, and algebra.
COS 226 -- Princeton University, Data Structures and Algorithms COS 448 -- Princeton University, Distributed Systems Math 010 -- Prison Teaching Initiative, Algebra
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
2016 - 2022
2016 - 2018
2012 - 2016
Princeton University, PhD Student
2016 - Present
Amazon Web Services, Research Intern
2020 - 2020
I worked on runtime verification of Amazon Scale databases.
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