My name is Ilian Torres Trinidad and I am a student at the University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras Campus. I am a first mayor Mathematics student and a second major Computer Science student. I am currently doing a research at the university on Techniques for Anomaly Detection in Network Flows with Dr.Humberto Ortiz-Zuazaga. My investigation experience consists on one semester investigation with Dr. Patricia Ordoñez. I also participated in a program called BD2k which stands for Big data to knowledge sponsored by the University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras Campus. In this program I went to investigate at the University of California, Santa Cruz where I worked with Holly Beale and Melissa Cline in quality control, combination and analysis of raw genome sequence data to locate data of questionable quality. In this summer internship I worked with creating a python script that separated the data due to its content, uploaded it to R studio and the went on to test the data. The R code can be seen in this github repository->: My research internships include but are not limited to cyber security research and biomedical research in the biostatistics area.

My email is

Project Descrition:

My project is to improve a working code of anomaly detection in network flows made by Bianca I. Colón Rosado and Ivan O. Garcia using the Benford Law and the subspace method.
Bianca's Paper link-> Ivan's Paper link ->