I am a research computer scientist at the Information Sciences Institute and an external fellow at the International Computer Science Institute. I previously worked at the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) at Princeton University. I completed my Ph.D. as a member of the MOMENT lab at the University of California, Santa Barbara. I'm also co-founder and CEO of Invisv.
I work to make the Internet better by designing and building networked systems that improve privacy, enhance performance, and provide insight into networks. My research is rooted in expertise in protocols and architectures that are used at massive scales and underpin modern connectivity. To create immediate impact, I seek to create "dirty-slate" solutions that explore fundamental principles while being rapidly deployable in operational networks.
Spring 2013: CS 32 - Object Oriented Design and Implementation Teaching assistant
Winter 2013: CS 176b - Network Programming Teaching assistant
Fall 2012: CS 32 - Object Oriented Design and Implementation Teaching assistant
Spring 2012: CISC 370 - Computer Networking
Fall 2011: CISC 310 - Operating Systems