Ph.D. Student, Columbia University
Bio and Research Interests:
Adam received his undergraduate degrees in computer science and mathematics from Columbia University in May, 2009. He received his Master's degree in computer science from Columbia University in May, 2011. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer Science Department at Columbia University. His advisor is Simha Sethumadhavan of the Computer Architecture and Security Technologies Lab (CASTL) .
His research interests include hardware design and security, systems security, computer architecture, and side-channel security, as well as casual interests in artificial intelligence, machine learning, languages and compilers, neuroscience and cryptography.
Outside of computer science, his interests include basketball, food, football, improv comedy, music and mammals.