I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Georgetown University. I am a member of the Department’s SecLab, where we investigate information assurance and computer and network security challenges.
My research broadly focuses on secure systems and network design. In particular, I am interested in secure future networking architectures, including 5G, software-defined networking (SDN), programmable control planes, programmable data planes (e.g., OpenFlow and P4), and intent-based networking (IBN).
I am also interested in how legal and regulatory policy contexts affect secure systems and network design with emphases on data protection, data provenance, and accountability.
I am currently interested in working with students who have security, systems, and/or networking backgrounds and who are interested in computer security research. Please contact me by e-mail if interested!
Benjamin E. Ujcich
Department of Computer Science
St. Mary’s Hall, Room 353
3700 Reservoir Road NW
Washington, DC 20057 USA
e-mail bu31 [at] georgetown [dot] edu