Computer Science Ph.D. Candidate, GEM Fellow
Princeton University, currently pursuing Ph.D. in Computer Science, focus on Security, advised by Prof. Ed Felten
Princeton University, M.A. in Computer Science, 2017
The George Washington University, M.S. in Computer Science, 2013
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, S.B. in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, 2008
National Merit Scholar
McGraw Graduate Teaching Fellow, 2019 - 2020
Graduate Student Representative on the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni Governing Board, 2018 - 2020
Chair of Princeton's Graduate College House Committee, 2018, 2019
Laura M. Roberts and David Plonka. "Watching the Watchers: Nonce-based Inverse Surveillance to Remotely Detect Monitoring" Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis Conference (TMA) 2020
Philipp Winter, Anne Edmundson, Laura M. Roberts, Agnieszka Dutkowska-Żuk, Marshini Chetty, and Nick Feamster. "How do Tor Users Interact with Onion Services?" USENIX Security 2018
George Kadianakis, Claudia V. Roberts (my sister!), Laura M. Roberts, and Philipp Winter. "'Major Key Alert!' Anomalous Keys in Tor Relays," Financial Cryptography & Data Security 2018
Benjamin Greschbach, Tobias Pulls, Laura M. Roberts, Philipp Winter, and Nick Feamster. "The Effect of DNS on Tor's Anonymity," Network & Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS) 2017
Invited Talk: "The Effect of DNS on Tor's Anonymity," OARC 28, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 9, 2018.
Conference Talk: "'Major Key Alert!' Anomalous Keys in Tor Relays," Financial Cryptography & Data Security 2018, Curaçao, February 26, 2018.
Invited Talk: "The Effect of DNS on Tor's Anonymity," RIPE 74, Budapest, Hungary, May 8, 2017.
Instructor for Assistant in Instruction Orientation, Fall 2019
Preceptor for COS 126 Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018
Preceptor for COS 217 Introduction to Programming Systems, Fall 2015