I am a first-year masters student studying the Parisian Master of Research in Computer Science (MPRI) at École Polytechnique. My research interests lie in logic, verified proofs, and proof assistants (such as Coq).

Previously, I obtained my Bachelor’s Degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science at the National University of Singapore. I wrote my thesis on the formalization of Coq Modules in the MetaCoq project, co-supervised by Nicolas Tabareau, Martin Henz, and Yue Yang. I was also part of the University Scholars Programme, the honors college of NUS.



  1. Martin Henz, Thomas Tan, Zachary Chua, Peter Jung, Yee-Jian Tan, Xinyi Zhang, and Jingjing Zhao, 2021. A Stepper for a Functional JavaScript Sublanguage. Proceedings of the 2021 ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on SPLASH-E, October 2021, pp. 71–81.


Formalizing Coq Modules in the MetaCoq Project (PDF)

Bachelor’s Thesis, National University of Singapore, 2022.


  • 2022: B.Comp (Hons) Computer Science, National University of Singapore.

    Focus area: Algorithms and Theory

  • 2022: B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics, National University of Singapore.

    Focus areas: Logic, Abstract Algebra

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