My name is Arash Molavi Kakhki, and I am a PhD student
in Computer Science at Northeastern University, working under Prof. Alan Mislove.
My research interest lies in the areas of online social network, online privacy, and online security.
Identifying Traffic Differentiation on Cellular Data Networks (project page)
Information Market: an online privacy solution based on transaction privacy (project page)
Iolaus: securing online content rating systems against Sybil attacks and rate-buying (project page)
Development of a browser extension to measure web search personalization on Google (project page).
Web search personalization on search engines (project page).
Research Intern at Verisign Labs, Summer 2014
Understanding the Drop-catch Ecosystem, analysis of registrars' behavior using EPP logs.
Research Intern at Telefonica Research and Developement, Summer 2013
Design and implemention of Information Market, an online privacy solution based on transaction privacy.
Identifying traffic differentiation on cellular data networks
(second place in the Student Research Competition at SIGCOMM'14)
Iolaus: Securing online content rating systems
Measuring Personalization of Web Search
Mitigating multiple identity attacks on content rating systems (poster paper)
A comparison of linear and non-linear transmitter and receiver antenna array processing for interference nulling and diversity with non-zero CSI feedback delay
Teaching assistant, Fall 2013.
Systems and Networks
Lectured on C debugging, Spring 2013.
Lectured on Memory Management, Fall 2012.
Lectured on BitTorrent, Spring 2012.
Algorithms and Data Structures
Teaching assistant, Fall 2011.
PhD in Computer Science
College of Computer and Information Science, Northeastern University, Boston, USA.
MSc in Communications and Signal Processing
Department of Electrical Engineering, Imperial College London, London, UK.
BSc in Electrical Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.