About Me


I'm Felix, an MIT student studying CS at MIT.

My main interests lie around performance engineering, and other system software like compilers and data structure implementations. At its core, I want my work to help other developers. I think these areas of CS dually satisfy that mission and my intrinsic curiosity in a nice way.

Last summer (2023), I worked at Neon on a Rust-based network component in the Autoscaling system. Basically, it allows Autoscaling to respond to sudden load much much more snappily, as well as generally simplfying the Autoscaling architecture; I think I deleted something like 3,000 lines of code!

Check out my GitHub to see some of the software I've written. Two projects that I'm pretty proud of are:

Feel free to reach out to me at fpx at mit dot edu.