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Jedidiah R. Crandall
Professor, University of New Mexico, Department of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of California at Davis, 2007 (thesis)
B.S., Computer Science, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 2002
The principle that guides my research is this: When people's basic human rights (such as freedom of expression,
freedom of assembly, or right to privacy) are threatened online, this
should be made known.
My research group develops cutting-edge techniques for
inferring what's really going on on the Internet and in software that connects
to the Internet. Some of our recent work includes:
- Internet borders and gatweways, here are some slides I presented at IETF 106 about that.
- The netalert.me project, an effort to make research results accessible to those on the front lines of Internet freedom (e.g., activists and journalists).
- Techniques for inferring the existence of a TCP/IP connection between any two machines in the world.
- Methods for measuring Internet cenorship anywhere in the world.
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