I am a 6th year PhD student in the
Security and Privacy Research Lab
in the department of Computer Science and Engineering at the
University of Washington. My interests include privacy,
web tracking, anonymity and censorship resistance. My research is
all about building and measuring things, including tools to measure web tracking over the past twenty years, usable encrypted email tools, an empirical study of
the use of QR codes in the wild, an Android
app for censorship circumvention, tools to measure censorship
on the internet, or the evaluation of a card game created by my
lab to get people excited about computer security.
I earned an M.S. from UW in 2014 and a B.A. from Amherst
College in 2010, both in Computer Science. I'm still a student
at the University of Washington where I've been studying toward
my PhD since Winter of 2012. I expect to complete my PhD in 2017.