I am an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department and Institute for Software Research, and am a member of CyLab and the Principles of Programming Group. My research interests are in security, privacy, formal methods, and programming languages.


Released several new preprints on: membership inference, web app privacy policies, fair learning, and fairness auditing.
Our paper on bias amplification was accepted at ICLR!
Our paper on discriminatory proxies was accepted at NIPS!
Our paper on privacy and overfitting has been selected as a distinguished paper at the 31st IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium! First-author Sam Yeom will present the work at the conference in Oxford this July.
Check out our preprints on influence-directed explanations and counterfactual active learning.

Last updated July 2, 2019