My name is Isaac Khor, and I’ve been writing software, both big and small, since 2012. I have experience in most major areas of software engineering, from embedded programming, time-sensitive networking, and kernel hacking.
I am currently interested in pursuing a PhD in systems; my research interest lies mainly in distributed and operating systems, specifically in unikernels, edge computing, containerisation, fault tolerant systems, and virtualisation.
I currently work as a Graduate Trainee at Intel Malaysia as part of the HPC team and plan to pursue a PhD in Computer Science starting Fall 2022.
- 2021-Current: Graduate Trainee, Intel Malaysia
- 2019-2021: System Administrator, Clark University
- 2019-2021: Teaching Assistant, Clark University
- Summer 2019: Software Engineering Intern, Intel Malaysia
- Predicting Erosion Channel First Passage with Machine Learning. Isaac Khor, Arshad Kudrolli, Li Han. Presented at APS March Meeting 2021.
Northeastern University, MA - PhD student in Computer Science, starting Fall 2022
Clark University, MA - Graduated Jun 2021, 4.0 GPA, High Honours, Summa Cum Laude
Existing and Current Projects
Tridactyl - A vim interface for Firefox. A successor to vimperator (may it rest in peace).
CljTinyC - An incomplete C compiler written in clojure for my compilers course.
LinuxPTP - An implementation of the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) on linux.
Autograder for Clark CS Courses - I was in charge of Clark’s autograding infrastructure for several CS courses. Email the CS department for access.