My primary research interests are in security and privacy. I am
interested in a broad range of problems in that space, including
understanding user preferences, developing policy languages, and building
systems for enforcing security.
I am looking for new students! If you are interested in working in these
areas, come talk to me!
- E. Bagdasaryan, G. Berlstein, J. Waterman, E. Birrell,
N. Foster, F. B. Schneider, and D. Estrin.
Ancile: Enhancing Privacy for Ubiquitous Computing with Use-Based Privacy.
In Workshop on Privacy in Electronic Society (WPES), 2019.
- E. Birrell and F. B. Schneider. A Reactive Approach for
Use-based Privacy. In submission.
- E. Birrell, A. Gjerdrum, H. Johansen, D. Johansen,
R. van Renesse, and F. B. Schneider.
SGX Enforcement of Use-based Privacy.
In Workshop on Privacy in Electronic Society (WPES), 2018.
- H. Johansen, E. Birrell, R. van Renesse, F. Schneider, M. Stenhaug, and D. Johansen. Enforcing Privacy Policies with Meta-Code. In Asia-Pacific Workshop on Systems (APSys), 2015.
- E. Birrell and F. Schneider. Fine-Grained User Privacy from Avenance Tags.
- E. Birrell and F. Schneider. Federated Identity Management Systems: A Privacy-based Characterization.
In IEEE Security & Privacy, Sept/Oct 2013.
- E. Birrell, K.-M. Chung, R. Pass, and S. Telang. Randomness-Dependent Message Security. In Tenth Theory
of Cryptography Conference (TCC), 2013.
- E. Birrell and R. Pass. Approximately Strategy-Proof Voting. In International Joint Conferences on
Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), 2011.
- E. Birrell and S. Vadhan. Composition of Zero-Knowledge Proofs with Efficient Provers. In Seventh Theory of
Cryptography Conference (TCC), 2010.