About Me

I am a first-year Computer Science and Engineering PhD student at the University of Michigan, where I am advised by Professor Roya Ensafi.

My research interests lie at the intersection of systems and networking, security and privacy, and Internet measurement. In particular, I focus on measuring and evading Internet censorship with the goal of empowering users to achieve equal access to an increasingly fractured global Internet guarded by powerful network adversaries. I am additionally interested in geoblocking, VPN security, and malware.

I previously earned Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Science and a minor in Applied Cybersecurity from the University of Maryland, College Park, where I worked with Professor Dave Levin.

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Aaron Ortwein, Kevin Bock, and Dave Levin

Free and Open Communications on the Internet 2023 (FOCI '23)