Support for my Research

Much of my research would not have been possible without the generous support of the following funding agencies and organizations. I am extremely grateful for all of these sources of support.


I am currently supported in part by two SaTC awards (#1618955: 2016-2019, #1563320: 2016-2020), two NeTS Awards (#1617728 2016-2019, #1318396, 2013-2016) and a CRI, CNS-1405871 (2015-2017).

My postdoc work was partially supported by the NSF/CRA CI Fellowship award (2010-2012).


Joint work with Renata Teixiera on identifying the root causes for network performance differences from popular service providers is supported by a Google Faculty Research Award (2017-2018).

Additionally, work on detecting traffic differentiation is partially supported by a Google Faculty Research Award (2015-2016).

My postdoc work on Mobilyzer was partially supported by a Google Research Award (2012-2013).

Data Transparency Lab

The ReCon project is partially supported by a grant from the Data Transparency Lab (2015-2017).

Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology

The ReCon project and our work on IoT is partially supported by a contract from DHS S&T, #FA8750-17-2-0145 (2017-2020).

Measurement Lab

Ethan Katz-Bassett and I were the joint recipients of an M-Lab Research award (2013) to support measurement and analysis of mobile network performance.


Support for various course projects is provided by an AWS in Education Grant award (2014, 2015, 2016) and Research grant (2014).


Support for investigations into emerging threats in multi-layer networks was provided by Raytheon (2015).

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