Dan Wallach
dwallach@cs.rice.edu
Deutsches Museum, July 2015

I'm a professor in the systems group at Rice University's Department of Computer Science, specializing in computer security. My research interests include mobile code, wireless and smartphone security, and the security of electronic voting systems. I'm also a Rice Scholar at the Baker Institute for Public Policy.

Teaching

Comp413: Distributed Program Construction. MWF 3-3:50pm, room TBD.

(previous courses I've taught)

Publications

All my papers are available online. You can see some of my talks. You may be interested in our tamper evident data structures, the Rice Wireless Localization Toolkit, VoteBox, or our Android extensions. My manuscript on rebooting the CS publication process has also been very popular, and I hope many benefit from my HOWTO: Protect Your Small Organization Against Electronic Adversaries.

Voting Security

Testimony before the Texas Senate Special Committee on Election Security, February 2018. Post-hearing letter.

Testimony before the U.S. Congress Space, Science, & Technology Committee on Voting Security, September 2016. Post-testimony Q&A, October 2016.

Voting System Risk Assessment via Computational Complexity Analysis, August 2008.

California Top-to-Bottom Review / Hart-InterCivic Source Code Review, July 2007.

A good list of voting-related publications can be found at the ACCURATE web site.

Other places to find me: Google Scholar, Facebook, Twitter, Keybase, or Medium.

I also occasional write articles for Freedom to Tinker, The Truth About Cars, Off The Kuff, and Computing@Rice.

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Department of Computer Science
Rice University
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Houston, TX 77005
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