I am broadly interested in Internet measurement research. My Ph.D. work explored leveraging delay measurement to characterize the visible IPv4 address space locality and movement to enable efficient, continuous IP geolocation at an Internet-wide scale. My work also explored devising a delay-based algorithm to identify cellular networks. In addition to measurement research, I'm also interested in network security research. My previous work includes analyzing large-scale NTP DDoS reflection-attacks and detecting abnormal activities prior to DDoS attacks. I was also part of a work that identifies Domain Generation Algorithms (DGA) -based botnets.
My teaching experience includes undergraduate-level teaching for four years prior to joining the Ph.D. program at CSU. My teaching experience also includes serving as the teaching assistant for graduate-level courses in the computer science department at CSU.
Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2020
Colorado State University
Masters in Computer Science
Bachelor in Computer Science
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Worked as full-time lecturer (Fall 2005 - Summer 2009). I taught and coordinated several undergraduate courses including:
Worked as part-time Lecturer (Summer 2005):