Hi, I’m Aniketh Girish
I am a first year CS PhD student in Internet Analytics group at the IMDEA Networks Institute and University Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain advised by Dr. Narseo Vallina-Rodriguez. I emperically measure and analysis the privacy and security risks of Mobile and Networked systems with a focus on data use.
Prior to joining IMDEA, I was a Remote Research Intern at Rochester Institute of Technology, USA collaborating with the awesome Tijay and also a Research Associate Intern at the IIJ Innovation Institute (IIJ-II), collaborating with the amazing Hajime. My work was focused on Email and DNS Security extensions, and Process-based Isolation with Linux Unikernels.
I graduated from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in 2020, with a major in Computer Science. I was selected twice as a Google Summer of Code student, with KDE (2017) and GNU Linux (2018). Parallel to my second GSoC, I spend my summer at Ben Gurion University, Israel as a summer exchange student studying the use of Machine Learning with cyber security and business intelligence.
I was also an active member of amFOSS club advised by Vipin P. amFOSS is a student-run community where like-minded people gather together to learn, solve and have tonnes of fun working on computer science problems and on exciting projects.
Dockerd port for macOS. Dockerd is self-sufficient runtime for containers.
A high performant lightweight userspace Network stack over Go exhibiting full kernel bypass.
goRFC, an RFC prettifie written in Go.
- I attended TMA(Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis Conference) 2020, remotely.
- Our paper that studied the email PKI ecosystem (DANE) has been accepted at USENIX Security 2020!
- I will be speaking at Akademy’19 at Milan, Italy.
- I will be interning at IIJ Innovation Institute in Tokyo, Japan this summer.