Srinivas Krishnan

Graduate Student
Dept. Of Computer Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

I am a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at UNC-Chapel Hill. My research interests are in Network and Systems Security. I work with Dr. Fabian Monrose and Dr. Kevin Jeffay .

Currently I am working on DNS security and source routing. I am also interested in applications of virtualization in security especially forensics.

I took a year away from graduate school from 2007-2008 to work at VMware in their Performance group, where I worked on Networking Performance and was the tech lead for their VDI performance efforts. More recently I was a intern at Microsoft Research working on datacenter routing.

 
Publications

Network Security

OS and Virtualization Security

Other

Patents
Service

Teaching

Apart from research I also taught the Programming Languages (COMP 524) in Spring 2011. The class provided rising undergraduates an introduction to language and compiler design.

Reviewer

I have served as an external review for a variety of Security and Networking conferences.