Researchers

Kyung-Yeop Hong

kh9@princeton.edu
304 Sherrerd Hall

Kyung-Yeop Hong is a senior research specialist at CITP. His research focuses on Internet of Things security and identification mechanisms and their applications and ramifications regarding privacy and deployment issues of IoT devices. He is exploring issues from both technical and policy perspectives through analysis of existing and new network protocols in order to assess security, privacy, and interoperability aspects in IoT systems making use of these techniques. His research interests include network architectures, protocols and operations relating to emerging IoT subdomains. Before joining CITP, KY had spent his 31-year career specializing in products and standards development at networking companies and standards bodies.

Guilherme Martins

gmartins@princeton.edu
316 Sherrerd Hall

Guilherme Martins is a Research Software Engineer bringing several years of experience from industrial software development to CITP/Princeton. Versed in networking programming, application protocols and security, he digs deep into existing research projects and make fundamental contributions to ensure the research community can make the most of the data and resources. With an inventive mind, he also likes to bring new concepts to life by exploring new visualizations, Big Data and DevOps techniques. He’s currently managing data for projects such as the MySpeedTest, Interconnection Measurement Project, Encore, BISmark and also working on his own network telemetry software.

Dillon Reisman

dreisman@princeton.edu
312 Sherrerd Hall

Dillon Reisman is a research engineer at CITP. His research focuses on issues relating to data privacy, web privacy measurement, the Internet of Things, and technology policy. Before joining CITP, Dillon was a software engineer on the Google privacy team, where he advised product teams on privacy-conscious development and developed infrastructure to better protect user data.