I am an assistant professor in the department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Washington University in St. Louis.
My research focuses on computer security and privacy. Specifically, I focus on bringing transparency and control in computing systems to empower users, platforms, and regulators to improve user privacy and security.
Current focus areas include the web (e.g., online tracking issues), emerging technologies (e.g., issues in IoT and LLM platforms), and technology policy (e.g., auditing under CCPA and GDPR).
I am always looking for motivated students to join our group. If you're interested, please reach out to me!
I am reviewing for the ACM CCS '24, IEEE ConPro '24, and NDSS '24 (posters). Consider submitting your work!
Honored to receive the ACM IMC 2023 Best Paper Award for our research on auditing smart speakers
Joined Washington University in St. Louis as an Assistant Professor
Filed a comment to FTC's ANPR on Commercial Surveillance and Data Security
Invited talk at the University of Iowa Rising Stars Colloquium Series
Invited to discuss privacy issues in smart speakers at the FTC PrivacyCon 2022
Invited to talk about my research on ad/tracker blocking at the Ad Filtering developer Summit 2022