Andreas Reuter +49 170 8196209
Freie Universit¨at Berlin
Master of Science, Computer Science April ’15 - Jan. ’18
Thesis: “Measuring RPKI Route Origin Validation in the Wild”
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science July ’14 - May ’15
Thesis: “Monitoring and Inspection of RPKI Repositories”
University of California, San Diego - Computer Science, B.Sc. Sept. ’13 - June ’14
Freie Universit¨at Berlin - Computer Science, B.Sc. Oct. ’11 - Aug. ’13
Humboldt-Universit¨at zu Berlin - Economics, B.A. April ’10 - Feb. ’11
Universit¨at Heidelberg - Political Economics, B.A. Oct. ’09 - April ’10
Technische Universit¨at M¨unchen - Physics, B.Sc. Oct. ’08 - April ’09
Freie Universit¨at Berlin Jan ’18 - present
PhD Student - Project X-Check
The overall goal of X-Check is to provide improved security by leveraging data from Internet Exchange
Points. X-Check designs and implements a system for the large-scale detection of known security
incidents and novel, unconventional anomalies at central Internet nodes. My scope of work includes
the development of a Internet Backbone security monitoring platform, as well as active and passive
Internet measurements.
Freie Universit¨at Berlin July ’14 - Dec ’18
Student Researcher
· Design and implementation of RPKI inspection and monitoring system “MIRO”
· Further development of RTRlib
· Measurement and analysis of BGP and RPKI data
Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) Oct. ’13 - June ’14
Student Researcher
· Analysis of RPKI objects and RPKI object meta-data
Helinks LLC Sept. ’12 - Nov ’12
Software Development Internship
· Design and implementation of a web-based installer for the Helinks STS platform
MANIAC Challenge
API developer for the Mobile Ad-hoc Networking Interoperability and Cooperation (MANIAC) Chal-
lenge, held at Freie Universit¨at Berlin on 27/28th of July 2013, focusing on mobile ad-hoc network
· IETF Journal November, Vol. 9, 2013
Core developer
Open source platform for inspection and monitoring of RPKI objects
· Showcased at CEBIT ’15, March 2015, Hannover
· Demo at SIGCOMM ’15, August 2015, London
· Used by AT&T, Google, and LACNIC network operators
Open source C library for BGP routers that implements RPKI origin validation
· Added extension for BGPsec router keys
· Helped integrate RTRlib into open source routing suite “Quagga”
· Helped integrate RTRlib into open source routing suite “FRR”
ACM SIGCOMM ’18 2018
Speaker, Best of CCR
IETF 102 2018
Applied Networking Research Workshop ’18 2018
Dagstuhl Seminar 2018
Invited to seminar “Secure Routing for the Internet”
RIPE76 2018
Lightning Talk
Dagstuhl Seminar 2017
Invited to seminar “The Critical Internet Infrastructure Revisited”
ACM ICN 2017 2017
Assistant of the organizing committee
RIOT Summit 2017 2017
Assistant of the organizing committee
IETF 99 2017
Participant and Hackathon attendee
TMA 2017 2017
PhD School Participant and poster demo, supported by a travel grant
RIPE74 2017
Presenter, RIPE Academic Cooperation Initiative Invitee
IETF 96 2016
Participant, supported by a ticket grant
RIOT Summit 2016 2016
Assistant of the organizing committee
CAIDA BGP Hackathon 2016
Participant, received travel grant
ACM SIGCOMM 2015 2015
Presented technical demonstration
IETF 93 2015
Participant and Hackathon attendee
Cyber Security Summer School (C3S) 2015
IETF 87 2013
Participant, supported by the MANIAC Challenge 2013
Programming Languages Proficient in Python, Java, and C. Basic ability with JavaScript
Software & Tools Bash, various UNIX tools (e.g. awk, sed)
LaTex, Linux server administration
Andreas Reuter, Randy Bush, Italo Cunha, Ethan Katz-Bassett, Thomas C. Schmidt, and Matthias
ahlisch. Towards a Rigorous Methodology for Measuring Adoption of RPKI Route Validation
and Filtering.
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review Volume 48 Issue 1, January 2018 Pages 19-27
Selected Best of CCR, to be presented at ACM SIGCOMM ’18
Andreas Reuter, Matthias ahlisch, and Thomas C. Schmidt, RPKI MIRO: Monitoring and
Inspection of RPKI Objects, in Proc. of ACM SIGCOMM, Demo Session. New York: ACM,
August 2015, pp. 107-108.