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I am currently leading the Research and Innovation department at AFRINIC. My areas of interest are Interdomain routing, network security, Internet measurements, content delivery and QoE, with a particular emphasis on African networks. I am a co-chair of the AFRINIC Measurement Working Group.
I am the current the General Chair of EAI AFRICOMM 2020 and a Research Committee member of the GFCE. I am a frequent speaker at NOG meetings in Africa and I have a been a TPC member of several academic and technical conferences including ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), Traffic Measurement and Analysis (TMA), AFRICOMM, AFPIF, AIS, SAFNOG, etc.
I am currently completing a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. I obtained an M.Eng in Computer Engineering at Telecom Nancy, France (2008) and an MSc in Information Security at the University of London, UK (2013). Between 2008 and 2010, I worked as a Guest Researcher at NIST in the Information Discovery, Use and Sharing division, working in the field of Computational Biology, assisting researchers with software instrumentation.
- ACM IMCOn Measuring RPKI Relying Parties2020
- ACM IMCOn the free bridge across the digital divide: Assessing the quality of facebook s free basics service2016
- ACMDEVA first look at mobile internet use in township communities in South Africa2016
- SIGCOMM CCRInside the walled garden: Deconstructing facebook s free basics program [BEST CCR]ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 2017
- IEEE AfriconInsight into Africa s country-level latencies [BEST PAPER]2017
- IEEE INFOCOMDeep diving into africa s inter-country latencies2018
- IEEE COMSNETSOn the potential of Google AMP to promote local content in developing regions2019