I am a security consultant at IBM since April 2017.
I completed my PhD in computer science in 2017 at the Simula Research Lab
and Universitetet i Oslo under the supervison of Dr. Ozgu Alay and Prof. Michael Welzl.
My PhD dissertation focused on increasing robustness in multipath transport with MPTCP - here.
In the innovation and research angles on my role, my interests lie in network measurements, performance, security and congestion control. More concrete, I am interested in how the Internet evolves - how technologies are developed, adopted and influence different entities - and how security can be more usable and assessed.
You can find more details about me in my resume and under publications.
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Reviewer for IEEE/ACM ToN and IEEE Communication Letters.
Are you interested in BGP analysis with machine learning and looking for a postdoc challenge? We are hiring!
PC member for the ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Traffic Measurements for Cybersecurity (WTMC) 2018.
TPC member for the IEEE LCN 2018.
Talk invitation at Enterprise Data Center Operators (EDCO).
TPC member for the TMA MNM 2018 workshop.
Collaboration with Randy Bush and Cristel Pelsser.
Collaboration with IBM Security Research. Team and blog at: Security Intelligence
TPC member for IEEE IFIP Networking 2018.
Our ToN paper in collaboration with Nokia Bell-Labs entitled "MPTCP meets FEC: Supporting Latency-Sensitive Applications over Heterogeneous Networks" was accepted to be published!
I am temporarily on leave from IBM, interning at IIJ Labs, under supervision of Romain Fontungne and Kenjiro Cho.