
Eleanor Birrell
4143 Upson Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
Email: first_name@cs.cornell.edu




I am a fifth year graduate student in computer science at Cornell
University. Prior to joining the Cornell department, I obtained my Bachelor of Arts degree in
computer science and mathematics from Harvard University.
My primary research interests lie in the area of theoretical computer science
with a focus on security and cryptography. My advisor is Fred Schneider. Other professors on
my committee include Rafael Pass and Mitchel Lasser. 
 E. Birrell and F. Schneider. Federated Identity Management Systems: A Privacybased Characterization.
IEEE Security & Privacy, Sept/Oct 2013.
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 E. Birrell, K.M. Chung, R. Pass, and S. Telang. RandomnessDependent Message Security. In Tenth Theory
of Cryptography Conference (TCC), 2013.
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 E. Birrell and R. Pass. Approximately StrategyProof Voting. In International Joint Conferences on
Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), 2011.
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 E. Birrell and S. Vadhan. Composition of ZeroKnowledge Proofs with Efficient Provers. In Seventh Theory of
Cryptography Conference (TCC), 2010.
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While at Cornell, I have been a teaching assistant for CS 5430: System Security (Spring 2013) and CS 6830: Cryptography (Fall 2011). I was previously a Teaching Fellow for various math and computer science courses at Harvard including Math 1a, Math 1b, Math 21a, Math 21b, CS 105, CS 121, and CS 124.