I'm an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at the
University of Chicago. I also direct the Amyoli Internet Research Lab, or AIR lab for short, where our goal is to make the Internet more trustworthy and inclusive. I am committed to conducted research that is both rigorous and impactful.
Research Areas: I work in the field of Human-Computer Interaction with research interests in usable privacy and security and ubiquitous computing. In a nutshell, I study how people use the Internet and build technologies to empower Internet users over Internet performance, networked privacy and security, and data costs.
Side note: My first name is pronounced Marsh-Knee - the first "i" is silent.
John Crerar Library 355
5730 S Ellis Avenue
Chicago, IL, 606037
marshini at uchicago dot edu