EECS CS Undergrad Angela Jiang (14') to Present Research at ACM SIGCOMM 2014

Angela Jiang ('14)Angela Jiang (14'), a EECS Senior Undergraduate Computer Science major working with Zach Bischof and Prof. Fabian Bustamante in AquaLab, has a poster accepted for presentation at the ACM SIGCOMM 2014. Their work, entitled "A Cliq of Content Curators", explores a novel approach to building a Reddit like system that protects users from profiling.

The conference will be held in Chicago, Illinois, August 17-22, 2014. SIGCOMM is the flagship annual conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM) on the applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communication.

Jiang, is currently an Undergraduate Research Assistant Involved in networking and distributed systems research with AquaLab. After graduation in June, she will begin to persue her professional career, as a Programmer at Groupon in Chicago.

AquaLab conduct research on large-scale distributed systems and networking. Their approach is mainly experimental, focusing on the design, deployment and evaluation of systems that people use. Much of their work is guided by the unique perspective provided by devices at the edge of the Internet and captured through their users/collaborators who adopt and use the software.

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