Roger Dingledine

My research on identity in dynamic networks ties together my interests in security and scalable secure systems, anonymity and privacy, cryptography and unobservability, civil liberties and human rights, and free software advocacy.


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Program Committees

Also provided external reviews for IEEE Internet Computing magazine, Journal of Computer Science, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, ACM CCS 2003, IEEE Security and Privacy 2003, IEEE Security and Privacy (the magazine), ESORICS 2003, NDSS 2004, IEEE Security and Privacy 2004, NDSS 2005, Journal Of Privacy Technology 2005, and later ones that haven't made it onto this list.

Teaching experience


Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT, June 2000.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering, MIT, June 2000.
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, MIT, June 2000.

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