PhD student Thomas Steinke is involved in the Privacy Tool's differential privacy work and de-identification meetings, working on differential privacy and pseudorandomness. He has previously served as a Teaching Fellow for CS225: Pseudorandomness taught by Salil Vadhan. Thomas also served as a mentor to REU students in summer 2014 and summer 2015.
- Robust Traceability from Trace Amounts,” in IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS 2015), Berkeley, California, 2015. , “
- Between Pure and Approximate Differential Privacy,” Theory and Practice of Differential Privacy (TPDP 2015), London, UK. 2015. TPDP Conference Version , “
- Interactive Fingerprinting Codes and the Hardness of Preventing False Discovery,” 2014. arXiv.orgAbstract , “
NSF Site Visit, December 2014