I am a Network Systems Researcher at the University of Memphis Networking Research Lab. My research focuses on routing protocols in Named Data Networking (NDN), a Future Internet Architecture. I am lead software developer on the Named Data Link-State Routing Protocol (NLSR) and Mini-NDN, an NDN networking emulation tool. I am currently investigating the feasibility and performance of hyperbolic routing in NDN.
I graduated with a B.S. in computer science from the University of Memphis in December 2014. As an undergraduate, I worked in the University of Memphis Netlab as both a research assistant and as the lab's system administrator. I co-authored the paper "Efficient FIB Caching Using Minimal Non-Overlapping Prefixes" which was published in the Computer Networks journal.
I enjoy designing and implementing personal software projects, both large and small, in my spare time. Please visit my GitHub page to see some of the projects I am working on.
See my work
Named Data Link-State Routing Protocol (NLSR)Lead Developer
Named Data Networking Forwarding Daemon (NFD)Developer
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