Eleanor Birrell

441 Gates Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853

Email: first_name@cs.cornell.edu
I am a PhD candidate 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 privacy. My current work focuses on expressing and enforcing fine-grained user privacy on the Internet. My advisor is Fred Schneider. Other professors on my committee include Rafael Pass, Andrew Myers, and Mitchel Lasser.



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.