WI-PI : Wisconsin Privacy and Security Group

Mission: Bringing Privacy Back to the People

Making the users of online systems "privacy-aware" is a long-standing challenge. In our group, we addresses this challenge by investigating two central research questions: How can we design more intuitive interfaces that automatically present privacy notices and control to the users? Moreover, how to develop privacy controls that satisfy theoretical privacy guarantees for the release of users' data?

Projects related to making online privacy more usable

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Design of practical systems for enhancing the privacy of emerging technology users

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Research on how to improve road user safety in Vehicular Ad hoc Network

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Theoretical projects in defenses to adversarial attacks on machine learning systems

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Kassem Fawaz

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Jack West

Ph.D. Student, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Lea Thiemt

Visiting Master's Student, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Yash Wani

Ph.D. Student, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Asmit Nayak

Ph.D. Student, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Harrison Rosenberg

Ph.D. Student, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Jingjie Li

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Rishabh Khandelwal

Ph.D. Student, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Shimaa Ahmed

Ph.D. Student, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Yucheng Yang

Ph.D. Student, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Yue Gao

Ph.D. Student, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Paul Chung

Undergraduate Student, University of Wisconsin - Madison

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