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Cryptography, Computer Security, Algorithms and Complexity.
Ph.D. 2004, Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.
B.A. 1999, Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Minnesota, Morris.
Associate Professor Hopper specializes in Cryptography and Computer Security. He's a member of the International Association for Cryptographic Research. He received the National Science Foundation's (NSF) CAREER award in 2006.
My general interests are in cryptography, computer & network security, and
theoretical computer science. The focus of my research is on proving the security of computer systems and protocols. The central questions in this research are: