Emily Stark

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I'm a second year graduate student in computer science at MIT CSAIL, advised by Prof. Nickolai Zeldovich. I am interested in security and privacy, particularly in web applications, and applied cryptography.

I graduated from Stanford University in June 2011 with a B.S. in computer science. At Stanford, I worked with Dan Boneh on Javascript cryptography, TLS handshake optimization for the web, and censorship circumvention. During college I also did internships at Google, Microsoft, and Fog Creek Software.

Outside of research and school, I like to read fiction, travel, bake, and play the flute.