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Office hours, Spring 2013
I am an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at Boston University, and a member of the BU Security Group. As a network security researcher, my work uses tools from theory (cryptography, game-theory, algorithms) and networking (measurement, modeling, and simulation) to understand the hurdles practitioners face when deploying new security technologies, and to develop solutions that surmount them.
Prior to joining BU, I was a postdoc at Microsoft Research, New England. In July 2009, I received my Ph.D. from Princeton University, advised by Jennifer Rexford and Boaz Barak. During my Ph.D., I spent time with the crypto group at IBM Research and interned at Cisco Research. I also organized various events for women in science and engineering, including this and this.
Recent Papers: (short list of publications) (full list)
Students and Visitors
I am always looking for motivated students and postdocs interested in network security.
Right now, I am especially interested in students with strong programming skills -- if you hack,
write to me and tell me about some of the projects you've done!
Program Committee: CoNext'13 | NSDI'13 poster and demo session | HotCloud'13 | IMC 2012 | HotCloud 2012 | SysStore 2012 | SIGCOMM 2011 | NetEcon 2011 | CoNEXT Student Workshop 2010 | HotCloud 2010 | NetEcon 2010 | NetEcon 2009
Organization Committee: BFOC'13 (Boston Freedom in Online Communications Day) SIGCOMM'12