Andreas Haeberlen

Andreas Haeberlen

Associate Professor
Computer and Information Science (CIS)

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Honors and Awards:  Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching 2019; Ford Motor Company Award for Faculty Advising 2016; NSF CAREER Award 2011; Max Planck Society Otto Hahn Medal for Outstanding Scientific Achievements 2010

Research Expertise: Distributed Systems | Networking | Security | Privacy

Andreas focuses on making distributed systems more robust to attacks. He is particularly interested in large-scale distributed systems that span multiple administrative domains. Recently, he and his group have been working on differential privacy, secure network provenance, and new ways to improve the security of cyber-physical systems.

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