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Bio

I am a first year PhD student SPriTELab in The University of Texas at San Antonio. I am currently investigating on the feasibility of inferring private handwritten information using wearable devices. My research interests lie in security and privacy in wearable systems, privacy in genomic era and non-monetary uses of blockchain technology.

Research Interests

  • Privacy in Wearable Systems
  • Machine Learning
  • Privacy in Bioinformatics
  • Blockchain

Work Experience

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Wichita State University, Aug 2016 - Dec 2017

Education

  • MS in Computer Science, Wichita State University, Kansas, 2017
  • BS in Computer Science, Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (APIIT) Sri Lanka, 2015

Recent Publications

  • Anindya Maiti, Nisha Vinayaga-Sureshkanth, Murtuza Jadliwala, Raveen Wijewickrama, and Greg P. Griffin, "Impact of E-Scooters on Pedestrian Safety: A Field Study Using Pedestrian Crowd-Sensing", SPriTELab Report, May 2020. [Report]
  • Nisha Vinayaga-Sureshkanth, Raveen Wijewickrama, Anindya Maiti, Murtuza Jadliwala, "Security and Privacy Challenges in Upcoming Intelligent Urban Micromobility Transportation Systems", ACM Workshop on Automotive and Aerial Vehicle Security (AutoSec), New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, March 2020. [Paper]
  • Raveen Wijewickrama, Anindya Maiti, and Murtuza Jadliwala, "deWristified: Handwriting Inference Using Wrist-Based Motion Sensors Revisited", ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (WiSec), Miami, Florida, USA, May 2019. [Paper] [Slides] [Artifacts] ACM Replicability Label


Publications with a ACM Replicability Label label were awarded the ACM Replicability Label.
† Equally contributing authors of corresponding papers.