chantin AT cs.okstate.edu
Office: 229 MSCS
Links: Publications, Teaching, Students
I am an Associate Professor in the Computer Science department at Oklahoma State University. I received my B.A. from Macalester College and my Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. I am privileged to have worked with Professor Nick Hopper (adviser) and Professor Yongdae Kim.I am always looking for motivated students (undergraduate, M.S., and Ph.D.) to work with me in the research areas below. E-mail me or stop by my office. Also, consider enrolling in one of my classes for Fall or Spring.
Journals, Conferences/Workshops, Posters, In Progress
Praveen Khethavath, Johnson Thomas, and Eric Chan-Tin. "Towards an Efficient Distributed Cloud Computing Architecture", Journal of Peer-to-Peer Networking and Applications, pg 1-17, 2016.
Jiyoung Shin, Sunil Kancharlapalli, Michael Farcasin, and Eric Chan-Tin. "SmartPass: a smarter geolocation-based authentication scheme", Wiley Security and Communication Networks, n/a, 10.1002/sec.1311, 2015.
Eric Chan-Tin, Jiyoung Shin, and Praveen Khethavath. "Accurate Geolocation using Network Coordinates", International Journal of Security and Networks (IJSN), 2015.
Eric Chan-Tin and Qi Cheng. "Secure Routing and Scheduling in Ad-Hoc Cognitive Radio Networks for Public Safety", International Journal of Handheld Computing Research (IJHCR), 5(2), 44-60. doi:10.4018/ijhcr.2014040103, 2015.
Michael Farcasin and Eric Chan-Tin. "Why We Hate IT: Two Surveys on Pre-generated and Expiring Passwords in an Academic Setting", Wiley Security and Communication Networks, n/a, 10.1002/sec.1184, 2015.
Eric Chan-Tin, Victor Heorhiadi, Yongdae Kim, and Nicholas Hopper. "Hijacking the Vuze BitTorrent Network: All your hop are belong to us", IET Information Security, December 2014.
Eric Chan-Tin, Victor Heorhiadi, Nicholas Hopper, and Yongdae Kim. " The Frog-Boiling Attack: Limitations of Secure Network Coordinate Systems", ACM Transactions on Information and Systems Security (TISSEC), 14(3):1-28, November 2011. (@2011 ACM)
Peng Wang, James Tyra, Eric Chan-Tin, Tyson Malchow, Denis Foo Kune, Nicholas Hopper, and Yongdae Kim. "Attacking the kad network - real world evaluation and high fidelity simulation using DVN", Security and Communication Networks, n/a. doi: 10.1002/sec.172
Nicholas Hopper, Eugene Y. Vasserman, and Eric Chan-Tin. "How much anonymity does network latency leak?", ACM Transactions on Information and System Security (TISSEC),13(2):1-28, February 2010. (© 2010 ACM)
Jiangmin Yu, Michael Farcasin, and Eric Chan-Tin. "Wireless Interference Prediction for Embedded Health Device", IEEE Wireless Mesh and Ad-hoc Networking (WiMAN) 2017
Joe Cecil, M.B. Bharathi Raj Kumar, Avinash Gupta, Miguel Pirela-Cruz, Eric Chan-Tin, and Jiangmin Yu. "Development of a Virtual Reality based Simulation Environment for Orthopedic Surgical Training", OTM Federated International Conferences 2016, Industry Case Studies Program, Rhodes, Greece.
Eric Chan-Tin. "AnonCall: Making Anonymous Cellular Phone Calls", MFSec 2015.
Jiangmin Yu and Eric Chan-Tin. "Identifying Webbrowsers in Encrypted Communications", ACM WPES 2014.
Qi Cheng and Eric Chan-Tin. "A Unified Framework for Robust Cooperative Spectrum Sensing", Asilomar 2014.
Qi Cheng and Eric Chan-Tin. "Efficient Routing and Scheduling in Ad-hoc Cognitive Radio Networks", at National Wireless Research Collaboration Symposium (NWRCS) 2014.
Eric Chan-Tin, Jiyoung Shin, and Jiangmin Yu. "Revisiting Circuit Clogging Attacks on Tor", at International Conference on Availability, Reliability, and Security (ARES) 2013.
Praveen Khethavath, Johnson Thomas, Eric Chan-Tin, and Hong Liu. "Introducing a Distributed Cloud Architecture with Efficient Resource Discovery and Optimal Resource Allocation", at 3rd IEEE SERVICES CloudPerf Workshop 2013.
Eric Chan-Tin, Tingting Chen, and Subhash Kak. "A Comprehensive Security Model in Networking Applications", Workshop on Privacy, Security and Trust in Mobile and Wireless Systems (MobiPST) 2012.
Eric Chan-Tin and Nicholas Hopper. "KoNKS: Konsensus-style Network Koordinate System", at ACM ASIACCS 2012.
Eric Chan-Tin and Nicholas Hopper. "Accurate and Provably Secure Latency Estimation with Treeple", at NDSS 2011, San Diego, CA.
Eric Chan-Tin, Daniel Feldman, Yongdae Kim, and Nicholas Hopper. "The Frog-Boiling Attack: Limitations of Anomaly Detection for Secure Network Coordinates," at SecureComm 2009, Athens, Greece.
Hun Kang, Eric Chan-Tin, Yongdae Kim, and Nicholas Hopper. "Why Kad Lookup Fails", at IEEE Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P) 2009, Seattle, Washington.
Brent ByungHoon Kang, Eric Chan-Tin, Christopher P. Lee, James Tyra, Hun Jeong Kang, Chris Nunnery, Zachariah Wadler, Greg Sinclair, Nicholas Hopper, David Dagon, and Yongdae Kim. "Towards Complete Node Enumeration in a Peer-to-Peer Botnet", at ACM Symposium on Information, Computer & Communication Security (ASIACCS) 2009, Sydney, Australia.
Peng Wang, James Tyra, Tyson Malchow, Yongdae Kim, Nicholas Hopper, Denis Foo Kune, and Eric Chan-Tin. "Attacking the Kad Network" at SecureComm 2008, Istanbul, Turkey.
Nicholas Hopper, Eugene Y. Vasserman, and Eric Chan-Tin. "How much anonymity does network latency leak?" at ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) 2007, Alexandria VA, USA.
Eric Chan-Tin and Nicholas Hopper. "Secure Latency Estimation with Treeple", in ACM CCS'10/Posters.
Oklahoma State University
CS 4243/5243: Algorithms and Processes in Computer Security: Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018
CS 5283: Computer Network Programming: Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016
CS 2433: C/C++ Programming: Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2017
CS 5033: Parallel Algorithms and Programming: Spring 2017
CS 5123: Cloud and Distributed Systems
CS 2570: Hacking 101 for Everyone: Spring 2018
I had the privilege of working with the following students:
Ph.D. Students, current
Ph.D. Students, Advised
M.S. Students, Advised
Undergraduate Research Supervision