I do not anticipate taking any further
graduate students at this point, but would consider
co-advising a student interested in social or political
in computer science..
- I am currently working with graduate student
on cryptographic problems related to anonymity.
- John Black
got his Ph.D. in 2000. He is now a professor at
the University of Colorado, in Boulder.
- Viet Tung Hoang got his Ph.D. in 2013.
After doing some postdocs,
Tung is now a professor at Florida State University.
- Ted Krovetz
got his Ph.D. in 2000.
He is now a professor at Sacramento State.
- Chris Patton worked with me on anonymity
for a while, but has moved off to the oasis of Florida to finish his degree with Tom Shrimpton (see below).
- Tom Ristenpart
was never officially my student, but it felt like he was.
He did his M.S. at UCD, graduating in 2005, then went to UCSD to do his Ph.D under Mihir Bellare.
Tom is now a professor at Cornell Tech.
- Zane Rubaii
came to work with me in 2018 but has moved on to the economics department.
Zane is passionate about climate change and social activism.
- Tom Shrimpton
got his Ph.D. in 2004. He is now a professor at the University of Florda.
People don’t come more amibable than Tom.
Till Stegers got his Ph.D. in 2010 and
has then took a position at a Google lab in Santa Monica, California.
John Steinberger got his Ph.D. in 2007.
He spent several years as a professor
at Tsinghua University, but has now left to
pursue some other projects.
James Zhang got his Ph.D. in 2019.
He is currently working at Google.
- Collen Swanson, the
travelling crypgorapher, has taken up residence in San Francisco.
- Atul Luykl has
taken a position at Visa research.
- I am an undergraduate advisor
and past chair of both the the undergraduate CS advisors and
the grad advisors.
If you have need advice,
feel free to drop by my office hours to talk.
I’d especially like
to encourage students to
come and have a “real” exchange about the future.
Advising isn’t just some formality for getting you
“advising hold” lifted.