Hi! I'm a fifth year PhD student in the Security and Privacy Engineering (SPRING) lab at EPFL, advised by Carmela Troncoso. My research interests are mainly in the areas of network security, web security, and privacy. The overarching theme of my research is to understand what we can learn from analysing meta-data, in the context of security and privacy. I apply this analysis to two use-cases: improving resistance of networking protocols to traffic analysis, and developing better systems for automated tracking detection on websites.
Prior to EPFL, I worked on various projects, in the areas of IoT network security, sensor networks, and delay-tolerant networks. I obtained my MS in Electrical Engineering from ETH Zurich (2014), and my BEng in Electrical Engineering from the National University of Singapore (2011).
[Last updated: Mar 2022]