Email: jeffra / cs brown edu
Office: 334 CIT
115 Waterman Street
Computer Science Department
Providence, RI 02912
I am a first-year Ph.D. student advised by Rodrigo Fonseca, primarily interested in
networks and distributed systems.
I completed my undergrad at the University of Washington where I studied computer science. During my time at UW I primarily worked with Justin Cappos on topics related to sandbox security and API Write-Once-Run-Anywhere verification.
I also worked on the GENI supported peer-to-peer testbed called Seattle.
Poster Judge at NEUCS '13.Sadly, the event was canceled.
- 2013-03-29: NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (2013), Honorable Mention
I will be at IBM Research in Austin working with Colin Dixon this summer.
- Runtime Verification of Portable Programming Interfaces Jeff Rasley. Honors Thesis. Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington, June 2011.
- Seattle: The Internet as a Testbed. Jeff Rasley, Monzur Muhammad, Alex Hanson, Sebastian Morgan, Alan Loh, Justin Cappos. Poster at the 8th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI 2011). Boston, MA, 2011
- Retaining Sandbox Containment Despite Bugs in Privileged Memory-Safe Code Justin Cappos, Armon Dadgar, Jeff Rasley, Justin Samuel, Ivan Beschastnikh, Cosmin Barsan, Arvind Krishnamurthy, and Thomas Anderson. The 17th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS 2010). Chicago, IL, 2010 [pdf]