About me

I am an assistant professor in computer science at UC Santa Barbara. I co-direct the Systems and Networking Lab (SNL).

As a systems researcher, I design and build systems that solve the real-world problems at the intersection of networking, internet measurements, and machine learning.

Prospective Students

Join us in shaping a more equitable digital world! If you are interested in building systems for network measurements and management for a more inclusive digital future, come work with us. Please find more details about my research here.

Selected Publications

Please check this page for an extended list of publications.

Ongoing Projects

  • Trustee: A framework that cracks open decision-making for black-box ML models (for networks) using high-fidelity, low-complexity, and stable decision trees.
  • BQT: A tool that queries broadband plan offerings from major ISPs in the US at street-level granularity.
  • PINOT: A programmable data-collection infrastructure at UCSB to collect fine-grained (labeled) network data at scale.
  • netUnicorn: A data-collection platform that simplifies collecting network data for different learning problems from diverse network environments.


As a junior researcher, it has been an absolute honor and privilege to get the opportunities to organize different workshops (and tutorials) on topics related to digital equity and self-driving networks.