I am a PhD candidate at the Computer Science department of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. My work is conducted under the auspices of the Illinois Security Lab and the invaluable guidance of my advisor Professor Carl A. Gunter. My research focuses on Security and Privacy issues related to mobile devices. I have been studying side-channel and confused deputy attacks on the Android OS, privacy threats from mobile advertising, and access control designs and applications for smartphones and IoT systems.
Below you can find a summary of my PhD work. You can click on the plus (+) icons to get a paper’s details.
- Publication (July 13th, 2017): Our paper titled “CamForensics: Understanding Visual Privacy Leaks in the Wild.” has been accepted at SenSys.
- Publication (May 2nd, 2017): Our paper titled “HanGuard: SDN-driven protection of smart-home WiFi devices from malicious mobile apps.” has been accepted at WiSec.
- Award (April 12th, 2017): I was selected as a young researcher in the fields of Mathematics and Computer Science to participate in the Heidelberg Laureate Forum.
- Award (April 6th, 2017): I was selected to participate in the French-American Doctoral Exchange (FADex) program focused in Cybersecurity.
- Publication (March 6th, 2017): Our paper titled “Ghost Installer in the Shadow: Security Analysis of App Installation on Android” has been accepted at DSN.
- Award (August 2nd, 2016): I have been awarded the Best in Class Award after winning the 1st place in the Best Technical Presentation competition during the 2016 Intern Project Fair at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.
- Publication (July 22nd, 2016): Our paper titled “Draco: Uniform and Fine-grained Control of Web Code Access on Android” has been accepted at CCS.