304 Sherrerd Hall
ahounsel at cs princeton edu
I'm a Ph.D. student in the Computer Science department at Princeton University.
My advisor is Nick Feamster.
Generally speaking, I'm interested in Internet measurements, privacy, and censorship.
- Competition, Privacy, and Performance in the Internet Ecosystem: The Impact of Centralized DNS over HTTPS
- Tithi Chattopadhyay, Paul Schmitt, Kevin Borgolte, Jordan Holland, Austin Hounsel, Nick Feamster
- Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy
- Washington, DC. September 2019.
- Analyzing the Costs (and Benefits) of DNS, DoT, and DoH for the Modern Web
- Austin Hounsel, Kevin Borgolte, Paul Schmitt, Jordan Holland, Nick Feamster
- IRTF Applied Networking Research Workshop
- Montreal, Quebec, Canada. July 2019.
- Automatically Generating a Large, Culture-Specific Blocklist for China
- Austin Hounsel, Prateek Mittal, Nick Feamster
- USENIX Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the
- Baltimore, Maryland. August 2018.
- We Tested Facebook’s Ad Screeners and Some Were Too Strict
- J. Nathan Matias, Austin Hounsel, Melissa Hopkins
- The Atlantic
- November 2018.
- Privacy, Networking & Security Intern
- Summer 2019.
- Princeton University
- Ph.D. in Computer Science
- 2017 - Present
- The University of Texas at Austin
- B.S.A. in Computer Science, Minor in German
- 2013 - 2017