Contact: (my first name) @ umich.edu
Room #: BBB 4917
I'm currently a 5th year PhD student in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. My advisor is Professor Z. Morley Mao and I am part of the Robustnet research group. I graduated from the University of Toronto with a BASc in Engineering Science (Electrical and Computer Engineering). I'm interested in networking on mobile devices, and particularly interested in how mobile network measurements can be used to support systems that intelligently respond to changing network conditions to improve performance and battery life. In addition to the work listed below, I have also been involved in MobiPerf and Mobilyzer, a project to assist, improve and systematize crowdsourcing mobile network measurements.
Revisiting Network Energy Efficiency of Mobile Apps: Performance in the Wild. Sanae Rosen, Ashkan Nikravesh, Yihua Guo, Z. Morley Mao, Feng Qian, and Subhabrata Sen. IMC 2015.
Discovering Fine-grained RRC State Dynamics and Performance Impacts in Cellular Networks. Sanae Rosen, Haokun Luo, Qi Alfred Chen, Z. Morley Mao, Jie Hui, Aaron Drake, and Kevin Lau. MobiCom 2014. [PDF][Slides]
QoE Doctor: Diagnosing Mobile App QoE with Automated UI Control and Cross-layer Analysis Qi Alfred Chen, Haokun Luo, Sanae Rosen, Z. Morley Mao, Karthik Iyer, Jie Hui, Kranthi Sontieni, Kevin Lau. IMC 2014.
WMNet: Crowdsourcing Wireless Performance Measurements Through the Eyes of Mobile Devices. Sanae Rosen, Sung-Ju Lee, Jeongkeun Lee, Paul Congdon, Z. Morley Mao, and Ken Burden. COMMAG 2014.
Workshops, Posters and Demos
Understanding RRC State Dynamics through Client Measurements with Mobilyzer. Sanae Rosen, Haokun Luo, Qi Alfred Chen, Z. Morley Mao, Jie Hui, Aaron Drake, and Kevin Lau. S3 Workshop 2014. [PDF]
Demo: Mapping Global Mobile Performance Trends with Mobilyzer and MobiPerf. Sanae Rosen, Hongyi Yao, Ashkan Nikravesh, Yunhan Jia, David Choffnes, Z. Morley Mao. MobiSys 2014 (demo session).
Measuring performance impacts of RRC state transitions in cellular networks with user devices. Sanae Rosen, Haokun Luo, Alfred Chen, Z. Morley Mao, Jie Hui, Aaron Drake. AIMS 2014 (demo session).
AppProfiler: A Flexible Method of Exposing Privacy-Related Behavior in Android Applications to End Users. Sanae Rosen, Zhiyun Qian, and Z. Morley Mao. CODASPY 2013 (poster session) --- best poster award.
Summer 2013, 2014: Intern at AT&T research in New Jersey. Summer 2012: Intern at HP Labs in Palo Alto (last four months part-time while in Ann Arbor).
How do I pronounce your first name?
It rhymes with "eye", not with "hay", and the emphasis is on the second syllable. If you get it wrong, I won't be offended. If you're familiar with IPA, then it's pronounced [sanae].