At Calipr we measure Internet phenomena that impact network security, inter-domain routing and Internet censorship. Our research involves building tools and deploying platforms to gather valuable data for empirical analysis. We are a part of the College of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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  • Arun Dunna Undergraduate at UMass Amherst
  • John Geenty Undergraduate at UMass Amherst

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  • Nikhil Mohan M.S. at Stony Brook University
  • Ruwaifa Anwar M.S. at Stony Brook University
  • Adrian Li M.S. at Stony Brook University
  • Arpit Singh M.S. at Stony Brook University
  • Ashish Singh M.S. at Stony Brook University
  • Ravi Sadineni M.S. at Stony Brook University
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  • Haseeb Niaz M.S. at Stony Brook University
  • Himanshu Shah M.S. at Stony Brook University
  • Rajesh Golani M.S. at Stony Brook University
  • Xinwen (Jason) Wang Undergraduate at Stony Brook University

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Calipr is funded by the National Science Foundation SaTC and NETS programs (CNS-1350720, CNS-1422566, CNS-1651784, CNS-1700657), a Google Faculty Research Award and the Comcast TechFund. [logos] Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in research outputs (published papers, talks, blog postings etc.) are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsors.