Hi, I'm Elton

I'm a Masters student at Georgia Tech.


I'm interested in tackling problems at the intersection between programming languages and systems.

I'm currently working on the following projects:

  • Replacing OCaml's GC with Perceus
    Advised by Daan Leijen
  • Mudos, a novel device-driver model that gives the kernel more control over the virtualization and scheduling of compute devices like GPUs, TPUs, and custom accelerators
    Advised by Prof. Alexey Tumanov
  • Neko, a quantum map-filter-reduce programming language
    Independent study
  • Extending the AutoMPHC project to handle intra-node automatic parallelization of Python programs using OpenMP/CUDA
    Advised by Prof. Vivek Sarkar

During my undergrad I was part of the TINKER lab where I was advised by Prof. Thomas Conte and Dr. Jeff Young. While there, I wrote a space-efficient implementation of the quantum verification of matrix products (QVMP) algorithm.

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I've interned on the Privacy Language Experience (PLex) team and the PyTorch Dev Infra team at Meta, and the Innovation Lab at NCR.

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  • dependently-typed: Founder and President (August 2021 to present)
  • HexLabs (formerly HackGT):
    • Co-director (November 2020 to November 2021)
    • Horizons event-lead (January 2020 to March 2020)
    • Catalyst mentor (March 2019)
    • Tech team member (December 2018 to November 2021)
  • Teaching assistantship:
    • CS 3210: Design of Operating Systems (Spring 2022 [Head TA], Fall 2021, Spring 2021)
    • CS 2110: Computer Organization and Programming (Fall 2020, Spring 2020)
    • CS 1301: Intro to Computing (Fall 2019)

You can find my projects on GitHub.




  • Intro to compilers 03 Sep 2021
    dependently-typed meeting
    slides | video
  • Going Reactless* with Web Components 16 Jul 2020
    NCR Global Hackathon and Unconference 2020