I am a PhD candidate interested in measuring networks: their topology, connectivity and performance. Growing up in places with poor Internet connectivity, I have a strong interest in measuring connectivity problems, such as loss and high latency, especially in the context of residential networks where their effect on end-users can be high.
My dissertation focusses upon measuring residential Internet connectivity using active probes: how to detect outages using active probes and how to account for errors introduced by the use of active probes. I am also studying the topology of the Internet and eventually plan to correlate outages with topological changes when possible.
PhD Dissertation: Analyzing Internet reliability remotely with probing-based techniques
Advancing the Art of Internet Edge Outage Detection
Reasons Dynamic Addresses Change
Timeouts: Beware Surprisingly High Delay
UAv6: Alias Resolution in IPv6 Using Unused Addresses