Yunfan Zhang

PhD Student in Computer Science
Systems and Networking Lab, Columbia University
yz4244 [AT] columbia [DOT] edu

About Me

I am a PhD student in Computer Science at Columbia University. I am advised by Prof. Ethan Katz-Bassett. I work on Internet measurements and performance. My current research involves using public services and datasets to estimate activity levels for Internet users around the world, eventually building a traffic map for the Internet. Check out our related papers in IMC 2021 and HotNets 2021 for our research direction.

Prior to Columbia, I was an undergraduate student at Duke University, advised by Prof. Maria Gorlatova and Prof. Guohao Lan. I worked on a number of projects related to computer vision, applied machine learning, augmented reality, and mobile computing.

Here is my CV.

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