Malte Schwarzkopf

Eliot Horowitz Assistant Professor of Computer Science
ETOS and Systems Groups
Computer Science Department, Brown University
CIT 525

I'm interested in computer systems, especially distributed systems, operating systems, and privacy-preserving systems.

In Spring 2024, I'm teaching CSCI 0300/1310: Fundamentals of Computer Systems.

Outside of CS, I enjoy history, woodworking, biking, and art.


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My research is supported by the NSF, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and VMware.


Before joining Brown, I was a postdoc in the PDOS group at MIT CSAIL. Prior to MIT, I spent several enjoyable years doing my PhD in the NetOS group in the other Cambridge.

You can find me on Twitter and GitHub. My wife, Julia Netter, is a political philosopher.