I am currently a PhD student in the Networked Systems program at UC Irvine. My advisor is Professor Athina Markopoulou, and I am a member of the UCI Networking Group. I am interested in "anything ubiquitous computing", with a current focus on how smart home devices affect user privacy. My work in this space analyzes smart home devices' network traffic and includes a large-scale study of advertising and tracking on smart TVs and a methodology for inferring user actions on smart home devices from encrypted network traffic.
My Master Thesis, A Software Platform for Patient-Controlled Oral Analgesia, was supervised by Associate Professor Erik Grönvall and co-supervised by Associate Professor Søren Debois.
My Bachelor Thesis, Speeding Up Mobile Web Browsing on the Android Platform, was supervised by Professor Athina Markopoulou.
Built a user experience predictor for Zoom meetings using data I crawled from the Zoom API. Also designed and implemented a service that translates IP unicast traffic to IP multicast traffic.
Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Computer Networks (CS 132 / EECS 148).
Worked on network traffic analysis using Swift and Rust.
Development of an Android application for controlling a custom-built wearable device. Bluetooth was used for communication.
Development of an Android application, AntMonitor, capable of monitoring all network traffic on an Android device.
Development of e-Navigation systems, i.e. computer systems for vessel navigation with the purpose of increasing safety on board while simplifying the navigator’s job.
Programming websites and database tools in C#.