I am broadly interested in network measurement research and my recent work has focused on measuring Internet addressing, topology, and connectivity.
Before joining Amazon as an Applied Scientist in 2021, I had been a postdoc at CAIDA since 2019 where I developed methodologies to detect Internet connectivity outages as part of the IODA project with Alberto Dainotti. Prior to that, I completed my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, where I worked with Neil Spring and Dave Levin. My dissertation focused upon measuring residential Internet connectivity using active probes.
Home is Where the Hijacking is: Understanding DNS Interception by Residential RoutersAudrey Randall, Enze Liu, Ramakrishna Padmanabhan, Gautam Akiwate, Geoffrey M. Voelker, Stefan Savage, and Aaron Schulman In: IMC 2021, Virtual event
ACM FOCI 2021, Virtual event
CoNEXT 2020, Barcelona, Spain (Virtual event)
IMC 2020, Pittsburgh, USA (Virtual event)
SIGCOMM 2019, Beijing, China
TMA 2019, Paris, France
PAM 2019, Puerto Varas, Chile
IMC 2018, Boston, USA
IMC 2016, Santa Monica, USA
IMC 2015, Tokyo, Japan
PAM 2015, New York, USA
IMC 2017, London, UK