My research interests are in the domain of
Internet measurement. Recently, I have focused on detecting and characterizing BGP anomalies (e.g., BGP Hijacks and Interceptions). The second stream of my recent work is identifying and analyzing global online information controls (e.g., DNS manipulation) with measurement platform (ICLab).
Before joining the Calipr, I have worked at SUNY Korea (a remote campus of Stony Brook) on
smart grid security.
|Oct 15, 2018||I will be interning at CAIDA in San Diego, CA this winter!|
|Oct 15, 2018||Our paper titled “How to Catch when Proxies Lie: Verifying the Physical Locations of Network Proxies with Active Geolocation” has been accepted into ACM IMC 2018.|
|Jun 15, 2018||I will be interning at IIJ Innovation Institute in Tokyo, Japan this summer!|
|Dec 22, 2017||I will be presenting “A Churn for the Better: Localizing Censorship using Path Churn and Network Tomography” at CoNEXT 2017.|