I am Rut Vora, a student pursuing Masters (Thesis) in Computer Science at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
I currently work as a Research Assistant in Systopia, advised by Prof. Aastha Mehta.
I previously worked as a Software Engineer II in the Office of the CTO at F5, Inc..
At F5, I created Proof-of-concepts with cutting edge technologies like:
- extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF)
- DataPlane Development Kit (DPDK) and F-stack
- P4 (P4lang)
- WebAssembly (WASM) and WebAssembly System Interface (WASI)
For details, you can check My Work.
I am interested in Systems and Networks, especially Systems and Networks Security.
I completed my undergraduate in Computer Science from BITS Pilani (2016-2020)
Apr '19 - Jun '19
Dynamically determine video compression factors like spatial and temporal compression, rate factors and codecs
Mar '19 - Apr '19
Proposed architecture to verify firmware integrity in IoT devices (similar to "Secure Boot") using Smart Contracts on Ethereum
Communication without the Internet
Enabled communicating safety status of user during a natural disaster using Bluetooth/Wifi-Direct
Natural Disaster NavIC
Utilised 200-bit space in NavIC (Indian GPS counterpart) transmissions to send 10 safe locations and their status with 100m accuracy during a natural disaster (as a part of an ISRO hackathon)
- Playing Keyboard (mostly improv)
- Photography, Videography and Film Making
- Learning random new things, especially in:
- Video editing
- Table Tennis