I'm a doctoral student at the Network Security Group. My research explores how to achieve strong availability guarantees in future Internet architectures like SCION. The Internet has become similarly critical to the functioning of global society and economy as the electricity or water supply. By treating it as such, I hope to help in creating an infrastructure that will be able to support our demands today and going into the future.
I'm passionate about teaching (at all ages), and I'm co-leading the Network of Women in Computer Science (CSNOW) in an effort to try to make our department an equally welcoming place for everyone.
A Formally Verified Protocol for Log Replication with Byzantine Fault Tolerance.
Joel Wanner, Laurent Chuat, and Adrian Perrig.
International Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS) 2020
Building a Secure-by-Design Naming System for Next-Generation Internet
MSc thesis · Robin Burkhard (co-supervised) · 2021
DDoS Defense for the SCION Network Infrastructure
MSc thesis · Jordi Subira Nieto (co-supervised) · 2021
sciVPN: Improving Privacy by Leveraging Multi-Path Communication
Semester thesis · Zilin Wang, ICRC · 2021
Data Plane Security Aspects in Next-Generation Internet Architecture Design
BSc thesis · Dominik Lehmann · 2021
Optimized Routing for a Partially Deployed Next-Generation Internet Architecture
MSc thesis · Kyveli Mavromati · 2021
Evaluating DoS Resilience of VPN Protocols and Implementations
MSc thesis · Fabio Streun · 2021
- Information Security Lab: Head TA (2020–present)
- Computer Networks: TA (2020–2021)
- Schnupperstudium Informatik: Organizer (2020–present)