Jeff Terrell

Jeff Terrell
Ph.D. Computer Science, 2009
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

jsterrel AT

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  <h1>Research Overview</h1>
  <p>I am currently working as CTO of <a href="">Altometrics, Inc.</a> to translate my dissertation research into a data analytics platform.</p>

  <p>While at UNC (from 2004-2009), I worked with my advisors <a href="">Kevin Jeffay</a> and <a href="">Don Smith</a> to create a new way of measuring and analyzing the performance of servers in UNC's network by passively observing their network traffic.</p>

  <p>I spent the summer of 2007 working on the same research at <a href="">CAIDA</a> with <a href="">Colleen Shannon</a> and <a href="">David Moore</a>.  In the summer of 2006, I worked with <a href="">Vern Paxson</a> and <a href="">Mark Allman</a> at <a href="">ICIR</a>&mdash;work which resulted in <a href="imc07-scan.pdf">a paper</a> at <a href="">IMC 2007</a> titled <em>A Brief History of Scanning</em>.</p>

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