My research interests are on computer networks, analytical measurements, privacy and security with a strong interest in mobile systems.
I received my BA+MsC in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Oviedo in 2007. My M.S. Thesis was completed at the University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory as a visitor student working on Haggle Project. In 2008, I joined Vodafone R&D, returning to Cambridge to complete my Ph.D. program under the supervision of Jon Crowcroft. During my PhD I completed three fruitful internships at Deutsche Telekom Labs, TU-Berlin, with Pan Hui and at Telefonica Research with Dina Papagiannaki and Yan Grunenberger. My PhD research was awarded with a Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship in 2012. In July 2013, I joined ICSI as a Post-Doc to work with Prof. Vern Paxson, Nick Weaver and Christian Kreibich on Netalyzr project. In July 2014 I became Research Staff at ICSI. Since 2015, I've dedicated most of my efforts to HayStack project.
Two ICSI papers have been accepted for the ACM IMC 2016.
The ICSI Haystack project has been awarded with one of the DTL 2016 Grants.
Heise Online has reported about our study on anti-ad-blockers.
We just started a new project to understand the mobile ecosystem and the value of personal data called HayStack
Our paper about the privacy threats of HTTP header injection practices on mobile ISPs got the best paper award at ACM HotMiddlebox'15
Press coverage about HackingTeam scandal. El CNI compra material de espionaje en Italia para colarse en los principales sistemas operativos. El Diario (Spain)
Our study of the Android root certificate stores got the best short paper award at ACM CoNext'14