Anne Kohlbrenner


I'm an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Computer Science Department in Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science.

Before joining the CMU faculty, I was a PhD student in the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. Before that, I completed my B.S. in computer science at CMU, where I had a second major in philosophy.

Anne Kohlbrenner


Office: GHC 4111
Phone: +1 412-268-1596

S24 office hours:
Monday 1:30 - 2:30pm
Tuesday 1:30 - 2:30pm
By appointment


Carnegie Mellon University

15-122: Principles of Imperative Computation
S24 (with Iliano Cervesato) - N19
15-110: Principles of Computing
F23 (with Kelly Rivers)

TA and Preceptor Positions

Princeton University

COS 351: Information Technology and Public Policy
S23 (preceptor)
COS 217: Introduction to Programming Systems
S21 (preceptor) - F20 (preceptor)

Carnegie Mellon University

15-122: Principles of Imperative Computation
S19 (lead TA) - F18 (lead TA) - N18 (head TA) - S18 (lead TA) - F17 (TA) - S17 (TA)


A. Kohlbrenner, B. Kaiser, K. Kandula, R. Weiss, T. Han, R. Helmer, J. Mayer
"Rally and WebScience: A Platform and Toolkit for Browser-Based Research on Technology and Society Problems"
in submission.
S. Cohney, R. Teixeira, A. Kohlbrenner, A. Narayanan, M. Kshirsagar, Y. Shvartzshnaider, M. Sanfilippo
"Virtual Classrooms and Real Harms: Remote Learning at U.S. Universities"
G. Liu, H. Sadok, A. Kohlbrenner, B. Parno, V. Sekar, J. Sherry
"Don't Yank My Chain: Auditable NF Service Chaining"
T. Taylor, F. Araujo, A. Kohlbrenner, M. Stoecklin
"Hidden in Plain Sight: Filesystem View Separation for Data Integrity and Deception"
DIMVA 2018.
A. Kohlbrenner, F. Araujo, T. Taylor, M. Steocklin
"POSTER: Hidden in Plain Sight: A Filesystem for Data Integrity and Confidentiality"
ACM CCS 2017