Hello, World

I'm an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder in the ECEE department.


My research interest is broadly in the area of computer security, with a specific focus on network security. In particular, my research spans anticensorship, protocol security, and Internet measurement.


Currently, I am advising four Ph.D. students:
Ian Martiny
Jack Wampler
Abdulrahman Alaraj
Jackson Sippe


I am currently teaching ECEN 3350: Programming Digital Systems at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Previously at Colorado, I have also taught:
ECEN 5033: Cryptocurrency Security (Spring 2019)
ECEN 3350: Programming Digital Systems (Fall 2018, 2019)
ECEN 5003: Censorship Circumvention (Fall 2017)
ECEN 4133: Introduction to Computer Security (Spring 2020, Spring 2018, Spring 2017, Fall 2016)
ECEN 5014: Computer Security & Privacy (Spring 2016).


I enjoy climbing, doing circus things, playing bluegrass music, and biking.