Michael Hicks

Dr. Hicks is a Professor in Computer Science and UMIACS. His primary areas of research are: software security, web security, program analysis, language-based security, system security.
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Jeff Foster

Dr. Foster is an Associate Professor in Computer Science and UMIACS. His primary areas of research are: Software security, web security, program analysis, language-based security.
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Jonathon Katz

Dr. Katz is a Professor in Computer Science and UMIACS. His primary areas of research are: Cryptography; computer and network security, and theoretical computer science.
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Michel Cukier

Dr. Cukier is Associate Director for Education in the Maryland Cybersecurity Center & Assoc. Prof of Reliability Engr. Primary areas of research: Malware; malcode analysis; intrusion detection system evaluation.
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Elaine Shi

Dr. Shi is Assistant Professor in Computer Science & UMIACS. Her primary areas of research are: Systems security; cloud computing; trustworthy/ ubiquitous computing; and applied cryptography.
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Dana Dachman-Soled

Dana Dachman-Soled is an Assistant Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and UMIACS. Her primary areas of research are Cryptography; security; and complexity theory.
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Tudor A. Dumitraș

Dr. Dumitraș is an Assistant Professor in Electrical & Computer Engineering. His primary areas of research are: Security Analytics, Distributed Systems, Software Upgrades.
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Jennifer Golbeck

Dr. Golbeck is an Associate Professor in the College of Information Studies and director of the Human-Computer Interaction lab. Her primary areas of research are: social network analysis, online trust, and human-computer interaction.
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Larry Gordon

Dr. Larry Gordon is a Ernst & Young Alumni Professor in the Robert H. Smith School of Business/UMIACS. His primary areas of research are: Cybersecurity economics, information security, cybersecurity risk management.
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Charalampos Papamanthou

Dr. Papamanthou is an Assistant Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and UMIACS. His primary areas of research are applied cryptography and computer security.
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David Maimon

Dr. Maimon in an Assistant Professor in Criminology and Criminal Justice. His primary areas of research are the application of criminological theories to cybercrime and online victimization.
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