John C. Mitchell, Stanford University
Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 4:00 P.M.
Room 368 (CIT 3rd Floor)
Joint work with Sergio Maffeis and Ankur Taly.
About John Mitchell
John Mitchell is the Mary and Gordon Crary Family Professor in the Stanford Computer Science Department. His research in computer security focuses on web security, network security, privacy, and distributed authorization management. He has also worked on programming language analysis and design, formal methods, and applications of mathematical logic to computer science. Prof. Mitchell currently leads research projects funded by the US Air Force, the Office of Naval Research, private companies and foundations, and he is the Stanford Principal Investigator of the multidisciplinary TRUST NSF Science and Technology Center. He is a consultant and advisor to a number of companies and is the author of over 140 research articles and two books.
This lecture series honors Paris Kanellakis, a distinguished computer scientist who was an esteemed and beloved member of the Brown Department of Computer Science. Paris joined the Department in 1981 and became a full professor in 1990. His research area was theoretical computer science, with emphasis on the principles of database systems, logic in computer science, the principles of distributed computing and combinatorial optimization. He died in an airplane crash on December 20, 1995, along with his wife, Maria Teresa Otoya, and their two young children, Alexandra and Stephanos Kanellakis.
A reception will follow.
Host: Shriram Krishnamurthi
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