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Alex Halderman
    University of Michigan

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Bio:  My research focuses on computer security and privacy, with an emphasis on problems that broadly impact society and public policy. Topics that interest me include software security, network security, data privacy, anonymity, electronic voting, censorship resistance, digital rights management, computer forensics, ethics, and cybercrime. I'm also interested in the interaction of technology with law, governmental regulation, and international affairs.

Papers, Presentations and Reports Authored by Alex Halderman

  1. Security and Privacy Breakout Session, Yi-Chin Wu, George Pappas, Stephane Lafortune, Sanjit Seshia, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Armin Wasicek, Alex Halderman, John D. Kubiatowicz, Antonio Iannopollo, Adrian Freed, October, 2015. Posted on 19 Oct 2015.
  2. Q1 2015 TerraSwarm Quarterly Report Milestone #10, Edward A. Lee, Tajana Simunic Rosing, John Wawrzynek, Prabal Dutta, Anthony Rowe, Richard Murray, Jeffrey A. Bilmes, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, Sanjit Seshia, Jan Rabaey, Douglas L. Jones, Stephane Lafortune, Alex Halderman, David Blaauw, Roozbeh Jafari, Carlos Guestrin, Emily B. Fox, Rahul Mangharam, George Pappas, Vijay Kumar, Bjoern Hartmann, John D. Kubiatowicz, TerraSwarm Research Center, February, 2015. Posted on 25 Feb 2015.
  3. TapDance: End-to-Middle Anticensorship without Flow Blocking, Eric Wustrow, Colleen Swanson, Alex Halderman, Usenix Security 2014, 20, August, 2014. Posted on 12 Jun 2014.
  4. Green Lights Forever: Analyzing the Security of Traffic Infrastructure, Branden Ghena, William Beyer, Allen Hillaker, Jonathan Pevarnek, Alex Halderman, USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies (WOOT '14), 19, August, 2014. Posted on 28 May 2014.


  • 2 Conference papers.
  • 1 Technical report.
  • 1 Talk or presentation.

The counts above are from the publications database. The number of posters is derived from the presentations.

Note: A poster is a presentation that has the word 'poster' (case-insensitive) in the any of the text fields. Thus, the poster count might be somewhat inaccurate. The number of posters is deducted from the number of presentations and bother are reported.