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.
I prefer encrypted, signed emails:
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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.