CURRENT:Secure and Reliable Networking Lab

A Brief Introduction

In the CURRENT lab, we are exploring techniques and mechanisms to improve security and reliability of large-scale networked systems. Our projects cover a wide range of topics, everything from large distributed systems and social networks to vehicular networks and issues in network security and privacy. Other relevant topics of interest include peer-to-peer networks, reliable routing, reputation systems and attack detection and defense. Much of our recent work has focused on online social networks, applications and systems, and you can find related publications and datasets on our social networks page. Some of our older projects are here.

Meetings and Projects

The CURRENT lab meets weekly to discuss research projects and to present talks. We are always looking for hard-working and highly motivated students to join our group. For more information, please look at the contact page. Students interested in joining UCSB's PhD program, please read my FAQ on prospective students before contacting me. For undergraduate students from India who are interested in summer internships, please know that I currently do not have enough time to manage summer interns in the lab.

Current Projects

Media Coverage

Recent Papers