Mina Tahmasbi Arashloo
I am a fifth year PhD student at the Computer Science Department of Princeton University .
I am honored to have Prof. Jennifer Rexford as my PhD advisor.
Prior to Princeton, I got my B.Sc degree in Computer Engineering from department of Computer Engineering at
Sharif University of Technology, Iran.
I am primarily interested in networked systems, with a focus on software defined networking (SDN) and programmable data planes . Recently, I have been working on developing programming platforms for hardware-based network transport, network-wide stateful network functions, and network measurement and monitoring. Below, you can find a brief description of my projects in these areas.
Enabling Programmable Transport Protocols in High-Speed NICs, to appear in NSDI 2020
Mina Tahmasbi Arashloo, Alexey Lavrov, Manya Ghobadi, Jennifer Rexford, David Walker, David Wentzlaff
A Scalable VPN Gateway for Multi-Tenant Cloud Services, SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 2018
Mina Tahmasbi Arashloo, Pavel Shirshov, Rohan Gandhi, Guohan Lu, Lihua Yuan, Jennifer Rexford
HotCocoa: Hardware Congestion Control Abstractions, HotNets 2017
Mina Tahmasbi Arashloo, Manya Ghobadi, Jennifer Rexford, David Walker
- SNAP: Stateful Network-wide Abstractions for Packet Processing, SIGCOMM 2016
- Compiling Path Queries, NSDI 2016