Maria Apostolaki

Position
Visiting Research Scholar
Role
Carnegie Mellon University, Postdoctoral Researcher
Assistant
Degrees
  • Ph.D., ETH Zurich, 2021
  • M. Eng., National Technical University of Athens, 2015
Bio/Description

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (starting September 1, 2022)

My goal is to design and build networked systems that are secure, reliable and performant.

This goal is fascinatingly challenging because real-world systems consist of a complex series of interdependent components and layers.

My research draws from networking, security, blockchain and machine learning.

 

Selected Publications
  1. Performance-Driven Internet Path Selection (Video) | M Apostolaki, A Singla, L Vanbever | ACM SIGCOMM Symposium on SDN Research, 2021 (SOSR)
  2. P2GO: P4 Profile-Guided Optimizations (Video) | P Wintermeyer, M Apostolaki, A Dietmüller, L Vanbever | ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks, 2020 (HotNets)
  3. SABRE: Protecting Bitcoin against Routing Attacks (Video) | M Apostolaki, G Marti, J Müller, L Vanbever | Network and Distributed System Security Symposium, 2019 (NDSS)
  4. Blink: Fast connectivity recovery entirely in the data plane (Video) | T Holterbach, EC Molero, M Apostolaki, A Dainotti, S Vissicchio, ... | Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation, 2017 (NSDI)
  5. Hijacking bitcoin: Routing attacks on cryptocurrencies (Video) | M Apostolaki, A Zohar, L Vanbever | IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2017 (SP)

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Honors and Awards:

  • N2Women Rising Stars in Networking and Communications, 2021
  • IRTF/IETF Applied Networking Research Prize, 2018
Research Areas
Computing & Networking
Data & Information Science
Security & Privacy