An article about PrIA appeared in the MIT Technology Review, was featured in the Stony Brook News (starts at 5.13), and Publico's technology newsletter (in Portuguese).
A position paper on PrIA accepted at HotMobile.
Recon paper accepted at Sigmetrics 2017. Congratulations to Yi Cao and Javad Nejati.
WebGaze paper accepted at NSDI 2017. Congratulations to Conor Kelton and Jihoon Ryoo. Stay tuned for our data release.
I joined the Editorial board of the GetMobile Magazine.
I will be serving on the following Program Committess for 2017: WWW, MobiSys, Mobicom, CoNext, Infocom, HotMobile, COMSNET.
I am the facilitator for the Girls Who Code club at the Comsewogue Library in Port Jefferson Station. Very excited to see what we can do this year.
Te-Yuan Huang and I served as the Sigcomm N2Women chairs in 2016. We designed a new N2Women dinner event before the conference. We got some very interesting and encouraging feedback, and this event will likely continue in the next years.
My students Javad Nejati, Yi Cao and I will be attending the AT&T Research Academic Summit.
Received as NSF grant for studying Web performance. Thank you NSF!
Received a Google Research Award for my work on improving Web performance. Thank you Google!
Paper on analyzing mobile Web performance accepted to WWW 2016. Congratulations to Javad.
Was invited speaker to the WACI workshop at COMSNET 2016, and was a COMSNET panelist discussing Internet of Things.
Will serve as the N2Women chair at Sigcomm 2016 and the Poster and Demo chair at NSDI 2016.
Attending the Google faculty summit on Mobile on October 8th and 9th.
MobileHub won both the best paper award and the Gaetano Borriello best student paper award at Ubicomp 2015[Award].
I will be serving on the following program committees in 2016: Mobicom 2016, NSDI 2016, Infocom 2016, Mobisys 2016, HotMobile 2016, IMC 2016.
Our MobileHub paper was accepted at Ubicomp 2015.
I will be serving on the following program committees in 2015: Sigcomm 2015, Mobicom 2015, WWW 2015, HotNets 2015 and Ubicomp 2015
Our SPDY work won one of the Applied Networking Research Prizes in 2015.