Paul Grubbs and coauthors win IEEE S&P Distinguished Paper Award for research on security risks in modern zero-knowledge proof systemsTheir paper explores the dangers of incorrectly applying security measures in modern zero-knowledge proof systems commonly used in cryptocurrencies.
Five papers by CSE researchers presented at IEEE S&P conferenceTen CSE researchers have authored papers for the conference spanning topics related to security and privacy.
Explore CS Research year-long effort concludes with poster sessionDesigned to engage students in research, this year’s program has included workshops, panel sessions, and – of course – research!
Seven CSE faculty earn NSF CAREER AwardsThe NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is the most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education.
Paul Grubbs earns NSF CAREER Award to build more secure, private networksHis cryptographic techniques will help managed networks like those in schools and companies enforce network policies without the need to access user information.
Paul Grubbs earns Meta award to study interoperability in end-to-end encrypted messagingGrubbs was one of ten awardees selected as part of the Privacy-Enhancing Technologies Award program.
More secure networks with the power of zero knowledgePaul Grubbs aims to resolve the tension between network policy enforcement and user privacy with a cryptographic technique that can prove something is true without explaining why.
CSE welcomes new faculty for academic year 2021/22Meet the new arrivals.
Get to know: Paul GrubbsHis research at the intersection of cryptography and systems has already had broad impacts across the IT industry.
Eleven new faculty hired in CSE in 2020
Meet the new arrivals.