Join us at noon on Thursday, March 17 in the Coda building or by Zoom as Ethan Cecchetti, a post-doctoral associate at the University of Maryland, presents a lecture to SCP’s faculty and students. More information on the talk and the zoom link are below.
Compositional Security for Decentralized Systems
Ethan studies the security of complex systems of interconnected modules that may not trust each other. He brings together techniques from programming languages and applied cryptography to better understand the security needs of such systems. His work designing secure systems and building tools and frameworks to ease their development has won best paper awards and nominations at IEEE S&P and CCS. Ethan is currently a post-doc at the Maryland Cybersecurity Center at the University of Maryland. He earned his PhD from Cornell in 2021 working with Andrew Myers and Ari Juels, and is the recipient of a 2017 NDSEG fellowship.
See you there!