I am a sixth year computer science Ph.D student at Duke University, advised by Dr. Landon Cox. My research interests are broadly in systems and I have worked on a wide variety of projects. My most recent project is SandTrap, a Dynamic Information Flow Tracking system for native code on Android.
That said, I am very much interested in the total sum of knowledge, whether economics, philosophy, history, or theatre. Why stay constrained to Computer Science? The universe is certainly a lot larger. I am always on the lookout for inter-disciplinary projects to work on and if you have any great ideas, please contact me. I would love to hear from you!
Ali Razeen, Valentin Pistol, Alexander Meijer, and Landon P. Cox
Better Performance Through Thread-local Emulation [PDF] [Slides] [Poster] [Poster inkscape source]
In Proceedings of HotMobile `16, February 2016.
I used fonts from the Ubuntu font family in my poster. In case they do not appear correctly for you, you can download the fonts here.
Nisarg Raval, Animesh Srivastava, Ali Razeen, Kiron Lebeck, Ashwin Machanavajjhala, and Landon P. Cox
What You Mark is What Apps See [PDF]
In Proceedings of MobiSys `16, June 2016.
Eduardo Cuervo, Alec Wolman, Landon P. Cox, Kiron Lebeck, Ali Razeen, Stefan Saroiu, and Madanlal Musuvathi
Kahawai: High-Quality Mobile Gaming Using GPU Offload [PDF]
In Proceedings of MobiSys `15, May 2015.
Landon P. Cox, Peter Gilbert, Geoffrey Lawler, Valentin Pistol, Ali Razeen, Bi Wu, and Sai Cheemalapati
SpanDex: Secure Password Tracking for Android [PDF]
In Proceedings of Usenix Security `14, August 2014.
Ali Razeen and Landon Cox
Demo: Zero Interaction Private Messaging with ZIPR
[Poster Inkscape source]
In Proceedings of MobiSys `14, June 2014.
Note: The implementation of ZIPR has changed since the publication of the abstract, so parts of the abstract may not be true anymore. Email me for details. I used fonts from the Ubuntu font family in my poster. In case they do not appear correctly for you, you can download the fonts here. I recently updated the portrait cliparts used in the poster. They were downloaded from openclipart.
I recently attended Microsoft Research's Student Summit on Mobility, Systems, and Networking. I presented a short talk on HotMobile `16 work (the precursor to SandTrap).