NetShuffle: Circumventing Censorship with Shuffle Proxies at the Edge. In IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P), 2024

NetShuffle is a censorship resistance system that offers shuffle proxies, designed to engage a new class of support base–edge networks–which have received scant attention from existing work.

September 2023 · Patrick Tser Jern Kon, Aniket Gattani, Dhiraj Saharia, Tianyu Cao, Diogo Barradas, Ang Chen, Micah Sherr, and Benjamin E. Ujcich

Simplifying Cloud Management with Cloudless Computing. HotNets '23

Cloudless Computing makes a case for simplifying cloud infrastructure management, by sinking these cloudy infrastructure management tasks down from the user’s perception and providing them as-a-service, analogous to serverless computing that relieves users of the burden of managing server instances.

September 2023 · Yiming Qiu, Patrick Tser Jern Kon, Jiarong Xing, Yibo Huang, Hongyi Liu, Xinyu Wang, Peng Huang, Mosharaf Chowdhury, Ang Chen

Stargaze: A LEO Constellation Emulator for Security Experimentation. In CPSIoTSec '22 (Colocated with ACM CCS)

Stargaze is a security-centric experimentation platform for Low-earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellations.

November 2022 · Patrick Tser Jern Kon, Diogo Barradas, Ang Chen