My name is Philip. I am a researcher at the United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society, in Macau, China and soon will be a PhD student at the University of Washington. At UNU-CS, my research is about using a social media tracking tool called Aggie for global development.
I care about socially just technology development, free software, environmental responsibility, and participatory design and governance.
I got my bachelor's degrees in math and computer science from Carnegie Mellon University in fall of 2015. My CMU education was supplemented by the lovely Budapest Semesters in Mathematics program. In university, my academic interests focused on graph theory, logic, theoretical computer science, BGP routing, and quantum computing.