I’m an American-Swiss geek of several trades living in Wallisellen, Switzerland, currently working as a curmudgeonly pseudoacademic at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich, with a focus on Internet architecture, Internet measurement, and the evolution of Internet protocols.
I’m a member of both the Networked Systems and Network Security groups at ETH Zürich, measurement lead for the Horizon 2020 Measurement and Architecture for a Middleboxed Internet project, co-chair of the Internet Engineering Task Force IP Performance Metrics working group, and a member of the Internet Architecture Board.
BSc in Computer Science, 2000
Georgia Institute of Technology
Moving beyond the BSD sockets API in transport evolution.
Making the Internet architecture’s implicit path layer explicit.
A tool for active measurement of Internet path transparency.
A 30-month, H2020-funded research project to explore the three-way tussle among the increasing deployment of encryption in the Internet, the evolution of transport protocols, and the provision of network functions by middleboxes.
Making better Swiss beer, twenty liters at a time.
A guide to seeing Switzerland with a sea kayak