Liz Izhikevich

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I am a PhD Candidate/ NSF Fellow/Stanford Graduate Fellow at the Computer Science Department at Stanford University. I am also a graduate of UC San Diego (B.S. '17, M.S. '18). My research is at the intersection of networking, systems, and security. My hobbies include breakfast, hiking, skiing and traveling.

Email: lizhikev@stanford.edu


Publications

G. Wan, L. Izhikevich, D. Adrian, K. Yoshioka, R. Holz, C. Rossow, Z. Durumeric. On the Origin of Scanning: The Impact of Location on Internet-Wide Scans. TO APPEAR In ACM Internet Measurement Conference, 2020.

Ao, L., Izhikevich, L., Voelker, G., Porter, G. Sprocket: A Serverless Video Processing Framework for the Cloud. In Proceedings of the ninth ACM Symposium on Cloud Computing (Socc’18), Carlsbad, Calif, October 2018.

Izhikevich, E. Building and Breaking Burst-Parallel Systems. Masters Thesis. UC San Diego, 2018.

Moshiri, N., Izhikevich L. Design and Analysis of Data Structures. 2018. Print.

Moshiri N., Izhikevich L. Data Structures. Stepik, 2016. Online.

L.Izhikevich, R.Gao, E.Peterson, B.Voytek. Measuring the average power of neural oscillations. bioRxiv 441626; Online.

L.Izhikevich, E.Peterson, B.Voytek. Neural oscillatory power is not Gaussian distributed across time. Program No. 271.03. 2016 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2016. Online.

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Open-Source

LZR: LZR efficiently detects and fingerprint unexpected services running on unexpected ports. LZR can detect up 18 unique protocols simoultaneously with just two extra packets and can fingerprint over 35 different protocols.


Lab Affiliations

EMPIRICAL SECURITY RESEARCH GROUP (January 2019 - Present)

Collaborating with Prof. Zakir Durumeric and Stanford Visiting Scholar Renata Teixeira on computer network analysis and security.

SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS LAB (July 2017- September 2018)

Collaborated with Prof. Geoff Voelker and Prof. George Porter on serverless distributed systems and security related research.

VOYTEK LAB FOR COGNITIVE AND COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE (Jan 2015 – September 2018)

Collaborated with Prof. Brad Voytek, Erik Peterson and Richard Gao on electrophysiological data analysis.


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Instructional Assistant (at UC San Diego):


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