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.
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#.