About me:

I am a second-year Ph.D. student in the Networked Systems program at the University of California, Irvine under the supervision of Dr. Gene Tsudik. I received my Bachelor of System Design Engineering at Keio University, Japan under the supervision of Dr. Hiroaki Nishi, where I studied countermeasures against DDoS attacks in Named Data Networking. My current research interest is Computer Network Security.

Recent Activities:

  • January 2019: Working as a TA for CS132 Computer Networks
  • December 2018: Finished 2018 Fall Quarter
    • Was enrolled in CS 222 Principles of Data Management, and CS 273A Machine Learning
  • June 2018: Presented work at 2018 ISCC (held at Natal, Brazil)
  • June 2018: Worked as a Student Volunteer at 2018 ACM Sigmetrics (held at Irvine, CA, USA)
  • June 2018: Finished 2018 Spring Quarter
    • Was enrolled in CS 230 Wireless Networking, and NetSys 260 Middleware of Network and Distributed Systems
  • March 2018: Finished 2018 Winter Quarter
    • Was enrolled in CS 260 Fundamental of Algorithms, CS261 Data Structures, NetSys 202 Networking Lab
  • January 2018: Paper accepted forĀ 2018 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)
    • Paper title: “FROG: A Packet Hop Count based DDoS Countermeasure in NDN” (First author, link)
  • December 2017: Finished 2017 Fall Quarter
    • Was enrolled in CS 202 Applied Cryptography, CS 244 Introduction to Embedded Ubiquitous Systems, and NetSys 201 Computer and Communication Networks (NetSys = Networked Systems)
  • September 2017: Joined Sprout Lab at the University of California, Irvine as Ph.D. student
  • March 2017: Presented work at 2017 CPSY (held at Kumejima Island, Okinawa, Japan)
  • February 2017: Workshop paper accepted forĀ 2017 IEICE Technical Committee on Computer Systems (CPSY)
    • Paper title: “Detection and Mitigation of Interest Flooding Attacks in Named Data Networking using packet hop counts” (First author, written in Japanese, not peer-reviewed, link)