Principal Investigator

Maria Apostolaki
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Associated Faculty, Department of Computer Science
C330 Engineering Quadrangle

Maria Apostolaki joined Princeton University as an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in August 2022. She is associated with the CS Department, CITP and DeCenter. Her research draws from networking, security, blockchain, and machine learning. Overall, her goal is to design and build networked systems that are secure, reliable and performant.

PhD Students

Sophia Yoo
PhD Student
(co-advised with Jennifer Rexford)
Fengchen Gong
PhD Student
Ann Zhou
PhD Student
Minhao Jin
PhD Student

Undergraduate/Master Students

Wei Luo
Master Student
Anna Eaton
Undergraduate Student
Aidan Walsh
Undergraduate Student


Artemis Veizi
Undergraduate Student
🏆 G. David Forney Jr. Prize

Senior Thesis: Towards Machine Learning for Network Optimization: Buffer Sizing via Reinforcement Learning

Jonathan Pollock
Undergraduate Student
🏆 Sigma Xi Book Award For Outstanding Research

Senior Thesis: The Network Security of Sharded Blockchains

Benjamin Herber
Master Student

IW: COROUTE: Secure Collaborative Route Control