research software developer & human rights advocate
Open source projects
An open source tool that helps people who struggle with vocabulary enjoy the game of Wordle. The solution applies unsupervised learning and does not target a specific Wordle implementation.
A cross-platform and open source tool with a graphical user interface that enables social science researchers to use computer vision APIs and open source models to enrich image data on Windows, macOS and Linux.
An open source tool that helps researchers to capture and analyse raw and decrypted HTTPS network traffic of mobile apps. The tool attempts to exact all key-value pairs from XMLs, JSONs, forms and HTML headers, identify their destinations and check for associations with potentially privacy-invading trackers.
An open source tool that helps researchers extract knowledge from decompiled Android apps (APKs). The tool transforms all the decompiled resources of Android apps into the Parquet format and runs queries through Spark.
Responsibilities: Development of research software tools to capture and analyse the data of mobile apps and social media.
Responsibilities: Development of software products for vehicle inspection and building automation.
Submissions to UN treaty bodies
Dissertation: The Legality of State Surveillance under European Convention on Human Rights and UK Law — the Right to Privacy & Interception of Communications