Ang Chen works on secure forensics with network provenance, defenses against distributed denial-of-service attacks, as well as programmable networks.
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Ang Chen is interested in designing secure, efficient, and reliable networked systems. One direction he has been working on is Programmable In-network Security (Poise), where his team is rethinking how future networks should support security architecturally. Another direction they are looking at is network support for data-intensive applications, which aims to optimize the interaction between data-processing tasks and the underlying network. In addition, they are working to make large-scale systems more reliable, where they develop new primitives for failure prevention, diagnosis, and repair. Their research is supported under a CAREER award and a CNS medium grant by the NSF.
PhD, Computer Science, University of Pennsylvania (2017)
BEng, Information Security, Wuhan University (2009)
Secure and Cloud Computing
Advanced Topics in Distributed Systems
Honors & Awards
2020: Faculty Early Career Development Award, National Science Foundation