My research interests include topics in computer security & privacy, applied cryptography, fairness and accountability in machine learning, and interdisciplinary efforts among these areas. I currently work on computer security and privacy issues in the context of intimate partner violence (IPV), as part of a multi-institutional research team.
Some research topics I’ve explored in depth include those listed in Cornell CS 6431: Security & Privacy Technologies.
- R. Chatterjee, P. Doerfler, H. Orgad, S. Havron, J. Palmer, D. Freed, K. Levy, N. Dell, D. McCoy, T. Ristenpart: The Spyware Used in Intimate Partner Violence. IEEE S&P (Oakland) 2018. [ Paper PDF]. Media coverage: The New York Times, Vox, Freedom to Tinker (Princeton CITP).
- S. Havron: Poster: Secure Multi-Party Computation as a Tool for Privacy-Preserving Data Analysis. IEEE S&P (Oakland) 2016. [ Paper PDF, Poster PDF]
- H. Li, D. Evans: Horcrux: A Password Manager for Paranoids. arXiv:1706.05085v1 [cs.CR] 2017-Jun-15. [ Paper PDF]
- STS Thesis Proposal: Privacy and Trust of Password Managers. 2016-Nov-02 at the University of Virginia
MentorsI’m eternally grateful to my mentors, who have given me immeasurable help and able guidance in my research and in my general life. I would not be where I am today without these wonderful people.
- Cornell Graduate School Fellowship (2017-2018); about 20% of Cornell PhD students receive these each year
- Louis T. Rader Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Education (2017)