Currently The National Science Foundation's head of Computer & Information Science & Engineering. Research interests include distributed computing, network security, and network protocols and architectures.
An Associate Research Professor at the University of Michigan. His research contributes to the sciences of computer security, network architecture and design, network protocols, and distributed systems.
A PhD student whose research focuses on the social and financial impact of computer and network security.
|Jakub (Jake) Czyz
A PhD candidate, Jake is broadly interested in IPv6 and network security, with a focus on practical applications, real data, and studying large-scale security threats and their mitigation. He is also interested in securely managing IT infrastructure.
Kyle is a first-year Ph.D. student, with current projects relating to IPv6, malware, and DNS. Interests include Internet-scale measurement, DNS, security analysis/design, and distributed systems.
|Kee Shen Quah
A PhD student who is interested in Internet-scale measurements and Cloud Computing Systems. His current work focuses on quantifying the scale and impact of Internet advertising and analytics.
PhD candidate. His research focuses on push-button algorithms for mathematically proving security properties of software binaries.
A software engineer
An undergraduate student studying computer science. Interested in improving quality of life through computer security.
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