Research Teaching Recent Papers C.V. Secure Systems Lab

      R. Sekar
      Professor of Computer Science


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My main research focus is on software and systems security. It is driven by practical problems, and emphasizes building real systems. It draws on principles and techniques from programming languages and compilers, operating systems, algorithms, networks, and artificial intelligence to address problems such as:

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If you would like to know more about working with me, please check out my lab research pages, as well as our FAQ and Alumni pages.


I generally teach courses in Security, Programing Languages and Compilers. Here is a list of courses that I have taught recently.

Last Modified 8/24/14