Gerry Wan


I am a Computer Science PhD student at Stanford University, advised by Zakir Durumeric. My research interests are in networks, systems, and security. In 2019, I graduated with a BSE in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University, advised by Prateek Mittal.

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Research
On the Origin of Scanning: The Impact of Location on Internet-Wide Scans
Gerry Wan, Liz Izhikevich, David Adrian, Katsunari Yoshioka, Ralph Holz, Christian Rossow,
Zakir Durumeric
ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), October 2020
Guard Placement Attacks on Path Selection Algorithms for Tor
Gerry Wan, Aaron Johnson, Ryan Wails, Sameer Wagh, Prateek Mittal
Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETS), July 2019


Experience
Software Engineer Intern
Microsoft, Azure: Datapath Networking, 2019

Software Engineer Intern
Microsoft, Business Applications Group: Data Engine, 2018


Teaching
Course Assistant at Princeton University:
  • COS 318: Operating Systems
  • COS 217: Introduction to Programming Systems
  • COS 226: Algorithms and Data Structures
  • COS 126: Introduction to Computer Science
  • ELE 302: Building Real Systems/CarLab
  • ELE 206: Contemporary Logic Design

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