Starting in fall of 2017, I will be an assistant professor in the Department of Software and Information Systems at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I am a member of the IEEE and the ACM.
I am interested in a broad range of security topics. Most recently, I have focused on building systems that are resilient to attack using a range of techniques, including trusted computing and data provenance. You can find more information about my research and teaching interests on others pages on this site.
Prior to joining the faculty at UNCC, I was a research scientist at MIT Lincoln Laboratory in the Secure Resilient Systems and Technology Group working with a number of incredibly talented people. While there, I worked on a range of topics related to computer and network defense.
Prior to joining the lab, I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University from the Computer Science and Engineering Department. I was a member of the Systems and Internet Infrastructure Security Lab where I was advised by Professor Patrick McDaniel. My dissertation focused on building high-integrity systems at scale. I also received my M.S. in Computer Science and Engineering and my B.S. in Computer Engineering from Penn State.
Apr 10, 2017
Apr 6, 2017
I presented our paper “Transparent Web Service Auditing via Network Provenance Functions” at the 26th International World Wide Web Conference, 2017 in Perth, AU.
Jan 27, 2017
I gave a talk at Cornell in Ithica, NY about our work on secure data provenance.
Jan 24, 2017
I gave a talk at WPI in Worcester, MA about our work on secure data provenance.
Dec 19, 2016
Our paper titled “Transparent Web Service Auditing via Network Provenance Functions” was accepted at the 26th International World Wide Web Conference, 2017 in Perth, AU.