I am an Assistant Professor at the Stevens Institute of Technology. Additionally, I am a contractor with Google, USC-ISI, and ICANN, under book contract with The MIT Press, and a Project Member with the Cyber Civilization Research Center at Keio University (Tokyo).
I study the design, technical administration, and societal impact of internet architectures (such as the Domain Name System, Internet Protocol address spaces, and encryption protocols). This includes
- the political and economic factors that structure protocol design,
- the ways that architectures place requirements on (human) organizations for their technical administration,
- the interactions between this technical administration and other social forces such as policy, geopolitics, and the private sector, and
- how this sociotechnical internet, in turn, impacts societal phenomenon, such as economic activity and national security.