I study privacy issues arising from the interplay of technology, public policy, and user interaction. My current projects focus on Internet of Things (IoT) devices, including "smart" home appliances, health monitors, and children's toys. I employ a variety of research techniques, from network traffic analysis and machine learning to human-computer interaction methods. This interdisciplinary approach provides a broad view of IoT privacy concerns and helps generate recommendations for device manufacturers, regulators, consumer advocates, and other IoT stakeholders.
I am also interested in applying deep learning to noisy biological data. I have worked to improve automated segmentation of calcium and electron microscopy images for neuroscience research. I am currently developing methods to infer blood glucose concentration from non-invasive mid-infrared laser spectrometry data.