I am an undergraduate student studying Mathematics at Stanford University. Somewhere along the way, I took a computer science class and became a permanent resident of the systems community.

I am generally interested in designing extensible and productive languages (and tools!) for heterogeneous systems. At Stanford, I have been fortunate to work with Fredrik Kjolstad and Dawson Engler.

The easiest way to reach me is via email (manya227@stanford.edu).

Teaching I am currently a course assistant for CS140E: Operating Systems Design and Implementation.
Personal Before discovering the joys of Computer Science research, I was interested in Philosophy. I represented India at the International Philosophy Olympiad, winning the silver medal. While I read and discuss philosophy much less than I used to, I am more than happy to subject any unlucky ear to my rehearsed spiels.

I also struggle to spell all sorts of words, even ones I use every day, and I spend most of my waking hours listening to music.