My current research focuses on how public cloud deployment models upend existing assumptions about networks and the way we measure them. I have explored how cloud providers can improve security for tenants and their customers, including work that has made practical impact on provider offerings. I am also developing new ways of using public clouds to gain a novel perspective on broader Internet phenomena. I’ve leveraged my experience in statistics and performance measurement in collaborative works on software security (e.g., fuzzing), machine learning security, and Internet of Things.
Outside of grad school, I like finding new ways to challenge myself. I co-founded and recently sold an email marketing technology business, Sendtric. I am an instrument-rated private pilot and spend much of my free time flying/maintaining my Piper Arrow.
I also enjoy 🥾 backpacking, 🧗 rock climbing, 🦆 bird watching, 📷 photography, and combinations thereof.