Most of my code is available on GitHub.
While at Wesleyan I did research into end-to-end correlation attacks on the Tor anonymity network, advised by professors Norman Danner and Danny Krizanc.
For my honors thesis I tested existed correlation algorithms against live Tor traffic, and demonstrated a new correlation algorithm which was faster and more effective.
I also contributed a simulation algorithm to the paper Effectiveness and detection of denial-of-service attacks in tor.
Collabbit is a web application that helps aid agencies coordinate their disaster relief efforts. It's used in New York City by the American Red Cross and Salvation Army.
Railroads in the United States
This graphic was done for an individual design tutorial I did with Professor David Schorr at Wesleyan. It shows the growth of the United States, its cities, and its railroads from 1820 to 1920, when railroads in the US started to decline. It was originally designed as a folding book. You can click and drag to see the rest of the image above.
GitChat is lightweight web chat for GitHub repositories built on the GitHub API. Created as part of Rails Rumble 2010.
You can find these and many more of my projects on GitHub.