I earned a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Michigan. I worked with Professor Kang G. Shin and excellent people at the Real-Time Computing Lab in the CSE Department. My PhD research was at the intersection of user privacy, program analysis and natural language processing. I developed end-to-end automated systems and formal models that analyze the consistency between privacy policies and actual data collection of mobile and web apps. I previously worked on mobile systems and networking where I developed novel quality-of-service-guaranteed energy-efficient technologies for the Chrome web browser and real-time video streaming.