Gina Yuan

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I'm a 5th year Computer Science PhD candidate at Stanford, advised by Keith Winstein, David Mazières, and Matei Zaharia. I previously studied Computer Science at MIT (B.S.'19, M.Eng.'19) with a concentration in systems.

I am interested in building systems and designing algorithms for high-performance networks. My current research involves designing Internet middleboxes that can provide performance enhancements even when protocols (such as QUIC) are fully encrypted, as well as algorithms for path-aware congestion control or fast hash table lookups in the dataplane.