I’m an assistant professor in the computer and software engineering department at Polytechnique Montreal. I do research in computer and network security. I was previously a visiting scientist at IBM Research in Zürich and a postdoc at ETH Zürich doing research on security and privacy of IoT, and future Internet architectures. I received my Ph.D. from Carleton University in 2014 under the supervision of Paul van Oorschot. While my main research focus is network security, I’m also interested in Android security, data privacy, usable authentication, and Bitcoin.
- April 01, 2018
I was nominated for the Meritas award at Polytechnique Montreal in the category Best undergraduate prof. in Computer Engineering. Thanks to the students in my security course for the nomination!
- January 15, 2018
Our paper titled “Standardizing IoT Network Security Policy Enforcement” was accepted for publication at the NDSS Workshop on Decentralized IoT Security and Standards (DISS)!
- November 21, 2017
Our paper titled “TARANET: Traffic-Analysis Resistant Anonymity at the NETwork layer” was accepted for publication at EuroS&P 2018. Congratulations to Chen and Daniele!