I'm a research assistant on the EPSRC-funded project "Improving Protocol Standards for a more Trustworthy Internet" (EP/R04144X/1), which aims to make the Internet's infrastructure and applications more reliable and secure, more trustworthy and less vulnerable to cyber attack, by improving the engineering processes by which the network is designed.
I recently finished my PhD at the University of Glasgow, under the supervision of Dr Colin Perkins. My PhD thesis focused on the development of deployable transport services for low-latency multimedia applications. My other research interests include:
Real-time multimedia content delivery
Next-generation network architectures
Stephen McQuistin, Sree Priyanka Uppu, and Marcel Flores. Taming Anycast in the Wild Internet. Proceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. October 2019. Conference Paper
Stephen McQuistin, Colin Perkins, and Marwan Fayed. TCP Goes to Hollywood. Proceedings of the 26th ACM SIGMM Workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video (NOSSDAV 2016), Klagenfurt, Austria. May 2016. Conference Paper