Michael Rabinovich, PhD

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Case School of Engineering

Research Information

Research Interests

Computer networks, Internet performance, Internet security, cloud computing


Z. Wen and M. Rabinovich. Dynamic Landmark Triangles: A Simple and Efficient Mechanism for Inter-Host Latency Estimation. Computer Communications, 55(8), pp. 1864-1879, Elsevier, 2011.

Tom Callahan, Mark Allman, Michael Rabinovich, and Owen Bell. On Grappling with Meta-Information in the Internet ACM SIGCOMM Computer Comm. Review, 41(5), pp. 13-23, 2011.

T. Ouyang, S. Ray, M. Rabinovich, and M. Allman. Can Network Characteristics Detect Spam Effectively in a Stand-Alone Enterprise? The 12th Passive and Active Measurements Conf., 2011.

S. Triukose, Z. Wen, and M. Rabinovich. Measuring a Commercial Content Delivery Network. The 20th Int. World Wide Web Conf., 2011.

H. Alzoubi, S. Lee, M. Rabnovich, O. Spatscheck, and J. Van der Merve. A Practical Architecture for an Anycast CDN. ACM Trans. on the Web (TWEB). 5(4), pp. 1--29, 2011.

M. Rabinovich and O. Spatscheck. Evasive Internet: Reducing Internet Vulnerability Through Transient Addressing. The 13th IEEE Global Internet Symp., 2010.

Z. Al-Qudah, M. Rabinovich, and M. Allman. Web Timeouts and Their Implications. The 11th Passive and Active Measurements Conf., 2010.

Z. Al-Qudah, H. Alzoubi, M. Allman, M. Rabinovich, and V. Liberatore. Efficient Application Placement in a Dynamic Hosting Platform. The 18th Int. World Wide Web Conf., 2009.

S. Triukose, Z. Al-Qudah, and M. Rabinovich. Content Delivery Networks: Protection or Threat? The 14th European Symp. on Research in Computer Security, 2009.

Z. Wen, S. Triukose, and M. Rabinovich. Facilitating Focused Internet Measurements. ACM SIGMETRICS, June 2007.


Computer Science
University of Washington (Seattle)
Master of Science
Computer Science
University of Washington (Seattle)
Diploma, Engineering
Computer Engineering
Leningrad Electrotechnical Ulyanov-Lenin Institute