Ege Cem Kırcı

I am a third-year Ph.D. student at ETH in the Networked Systems Group led by Laurent Vanbever. My focus is on Internet measurement and future routing mechanisms.

I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2017) and also in Industrial Engineering (2017) both from Koç University; in my hometown Istanbul, Turkey.

I received my Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (2020) from ETH Zurich, where I spent most of my time at the NSG.

Before coming to Zurich, I spent a semester as an exchange student at Northwestern University, in Illinois, USA.

Publications

Running Theses

Profiling NSG Routes in Public Internet (MA)
Student: Marco Di Nardo
Supervisors: Ege Cem Kırcı and Laurent Vanbever

Supervised Theses

The Ramifications of Physical Failures on the Logical Internet (SA)
Student: Kilian Dasen
Supervisors: Ege Cem Kırcı, Muoi Tran, and Laurent Vanbever
World Traffic (SA)
Student: Joël Lingg
Supervisors: Ege Cem Kırcı and Laurent Vanbever
Modeling of Partial Internet Outages (SA)
Student: Valerio Torsiello
Supervisors: Ege Cem Kırcı and Laurent Vanbever
Detecting Internet Events (MA)
Student: Martin Vahlensieck
Supervisors: Ege Cem Kırcı and Laurent Vanbever
Building a Reactive Caching System with Serverless Computing (MA)
Student: Tobias Buner
Supervisors: Ege Cem Kırcı, Rui Yang, and Laurent Vanbever
Website Fingerprinting in the Data Plane (SA)
Student: Sunniva Flück
Supervisors: Ege Cem Kırcı, Roland Meier, and Laurent Vanbever