Academic BackgroundI am a first-year CS PhD student in the Cornell Tech Security Group (CTSG). I am currently being informally 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 Dave Evans in the Jefferson’s Wheel Security Research Group (UVA SRG).
My principle research interests lie in computer security and privacy, adversarial machine learning, data privacy, human-computer interaction, and usable security.
- (Fall 2017, ongoing) Improving usable privacy and security of technologies for victims of intimate partner violence
- 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 Managers. 2 November, 2016 at the University of Virginia