Neha Chachra

Systems and Networking Group
Computer Science and Engineering
University of California at San Diego

3140 EBU3B
9500 Gilman Dr.
La Jolla 92093-0404

I am a fourth year PhD student at UC San Diego. I work in the Systems and Networking group, co-advised by Geoff Voelker and Stefan Savage.

My current research is focused on illegal activities on the Internet such as spam and vectors of malware propagation. My research group

Previously, I studied Computer Science at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Exploring the unknown:

I have done some research since college. The more successful projects:

Google days

Meanwhile, in the real world:

I interned at Google from Jan - Jun 2008 on the Internationalization team, developing visual components using JavaScript.

Playing the teacher:

I tutored CSE 123: Computer Networks in the summer of 2011 and gained the reputation of a "very lively TA".

When not working very, very hard:

San Francisco, 2012

I have a few hobbies. I cycle through various activities such as squash, tennis, ping-pong, hiking, biking, dancing, jewellery making, painting, reading, traveling, and other artsy activities. Oh, I am currently learning Spanish, too!

As a CSE Graduate Student Association Coordinator, I also get to coordinate events, parties, and spend money on things such as a pool table for our department.

In college, I debated seriously enough to become the Vice Captain of the Inter Varsity Debate Team, though it is but a thing of the past now.

dannercow is a test, do not take this seriously googlebot