Jordan Holland

Ph.D Student in Computer Science

Princeton University


I am a 2nd year Ph.D Student in Computer Science at Princeton University, where I am advised by Nick Feamster and Prateek Mittal, and involved with the Center for Information Technology Policy. Previously, I received both my Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Computer Science From the University of Tennessee, Knoxville where I worked in the VolSec security lab, advised by Max Schuchard

My research interests lie at the intersections of networks and security, connecting machine learning and Internet wide measurement techniques to network security problems such as online disinformation detection and remote device identification. nPrint, my most recent work, can be downloaded and installed here.

My CV is available upon request.