I am a first-year CS PhD student, and I am advised by Tom Ristenpart and Nicki Dell; under their guidance, I’m learning how to become an effective researcher and a strong advocate for socio-technical progress. Previously, I was an undergraduate researcher advised by David Evans in UVA’s computer security research group.
My principle research interests lie in computer security and privacy, computation for underserved communities, human-computer interaction, and usable security.
- (Fall 2017) I am investigating key issues in the Tech for Mitigating Intimate Partner Violence space! More to come…
- Samuel Havron: Poster: Secure Multi-Party Computation as a Tool for Privacy-Preserving Data Analysis. 37th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (“Oakland”). San Jose, CA. 23-25 May 2016. [ Paper PDF, Poster PDF]
- Hannah Li, David Evans: Horcrux: A Password Manager for Paranoids. arXiv:1706.05085v1 [cs.CR] 15 Jun 2017. [ Paper PDF]
- Attendee and Poster Presenter. 37th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (“Oakland”). May 23-25, 2016, at the Fairmont, San Jose, CA
STS Thesis Proposal: Privacy and Trust of Password
2 November, 2016 at the University of Virginia