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Dr. Ivan Beschastnikh

Assistant Professor

Computer Science

Faculty of Science

Academic Partner

I have broad research interests that usually touch on systems and software engineering. My current projects span distributed systems, formal methods, networks, and security. I enjoy building and studying real software systems and tend to be empirical in my research.

I started at UBC in the Summer of 2013. Before this I was working on my PhD at the University of Washington in Seattle. At UW I worked with Tom Anderson, Michael Ernst, and Arvind Krishnamurthy on tools to infer models of complex systems from logs of their behavior, networked testbeds, DHTs, and other fun topics.