Amy Babay

  • Assistant Professor, DINS & CS
  • Member of the Graduate Faculty
  • Pronouns: she, her, hers

Dr. Amy Babay joined the School of Computing and Information in 2019, with appointments in the Department of Informatics and Networked Systems and in the Department of Computer Science. She received her PhD (2018) and MSE (2014) in Computer Science and her BA (2012) in Cognitive Science, all from Johns Hopkins University.

Dr. Babay’s general research interests are in distributed systems and networking, with particular interests in building dependable critical infrastructure systems and enabling new internet services with demanding performance requirements. She is also interested in exploring how technology interacts with community resilience.


  • PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 2018

Research Areas

Specific Research Interests

  • Distributed Systems
  • Networking
  • Resilient and secure systems
  • Critical infrastructure
  • Network Programmability