understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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James Muir
Postdoctoral Fellow, Carleton University, School of Computer Science

Stream 3 - technologies that identify, anonymize and authenticate

Biography


personal web page: http://www.ccsl.carleton.ca/~jamuir/

Dr. James Muir completed his PhD in Cryptography at the University of Waterloo (December 2004).  After teaching for a semester, he left UW to take up a Postdoctoral Fellowship with Dr. Paul Van Oorschot as a member of Carleton University's Digital Security Group (July 2005).

His current research topics include technical solutions for mitigating identity theft as well as methods for determining the geographic location of internet users.
 
 
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