I work at the intersection of systems, networking, and security. My current research focus is on trusted computing. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland in Summer 2020, working under my advisor Bobby Bhattacharjee.
SeCloak: ARM TrustZone-based Mobile Peripheral Control
Matthew Lentz, Rijurekha Sen, Peter Druschel, Bobby Bhattacharjee
Mobisys 2018 (Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services)
Paper Slides Project
enClosure: Group Communication via Encounter Closures
Lillian Tsai, Roberta De Viti, Matthew Lentz, Stefan Saroiu, Peter Druschel, Bobby Bhattacharjee
Mobisys 2019 (Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services)
Dynamic Frequency Resource Allocation in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks
Vaibhav Singh, Matthew Lentz, Bobby Bhattacharjee, Richard La, Mark Shayman
IEEE TMC 2016 (IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing)
Brave New World: Privacy Risks for Mobile Users
Paarijaat Aditya, Bobby Bhattacharjee, Peter Druschel, Viktor Erdelyi, Matthew Lentz
SPME 2014 (Workshop on Security and Privacy Aspects of Mobile Environments)
EnCore: Private, Context-based Communication for Mobile Social Apps
Paarijaat Aditya, Viktor Erdelyi, Matthew Lentz, Elaine Shi, Bobby Bhattacharjee, Peter Druschel
MobiSys 2014 (International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services)
Drowsy Power Management
Employs dependency tracking to wake only the necessary system components when devices resume from a suspended state, thereby reducing energy consumption.
D-Root DNS Server
Measurement and analysis of the query traffic sent to the D-Root DNS root nameserver, which is hosted by University of Maryland.
Designing a privacy-preserving communication system for mobile social applications based around 'encounters`' between users (and their devices).