Dr. Robert Beverly is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer
Science at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, CA. His research
in computer networks focuses on network architecture, large-scale traffic analysis and data-mining,
measurement, and security.
His research is
supported by the NSF, DHS, SPAWAR, and industrial partners. Technology from Dr.
Beverly's lab has been widely published in dozens of conference and journal
articles, employed in industry, and used by regulatory bodies. He created
the widely used spoofer project and authored the original high-speed
RTG network poller. He and his
collaborators have received best paper awards from the ACM, USENIX,
IEEE, DFRWS, and PAM, for work in network measurement and system
security. In 2011, 2013, and 2015 Dr. Beverly was recognized as one of the top 5% of teachers
at NPS as part of the Schieffelin award.
Prior to joining NPS in 2009, he was a network
scientist with BBN Technologies and a senior engineer at MCI/UUNET, a large
international service provider. Dr. Beverly received his Ph.D. in the
EECS department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2008, and his
BS in CmpE with high honors from Georgia Tech in 1997.