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Joseph Near is an assistant professor of computer science at the University of Vermont. His research interests include data privacy, computer security, and programming languages. Joseph received his BS in computer science from Indiana University, and his MS and PhD in computer science from MIT.
David Darais is an assistant professor of computer science at the University of Vermont. David's research focuses on software analysis and verification tools for critical and security-sensitive systems. David received a BS in computer science from University of Utah, an MS in computer science from Harvard University, and a PhD in computer science from University of Maryland.
Katie Boeckl is a privacy risk strategist at NIST. As part of the Privacy Engineering Program, Katie develops privacy risk management guidance, collaborates on the development of international privacy standards, and works to advance tools for privacy engineering and risk management. Katie has a B.A. in English from the University of Maryland, College Park, where she specialized in technology through a digital cultures honors program.