Brett Hemenway Falk
Dr. Falk is a research professor in the department computer and information sciences at the University of Pennsylvania.
He is the director of the Crypto and Society Lab, which focuses on 1) privacy and security in digital environments, 2) facilitating transparency and trust.
He has published extensively in the field of cryptography, coding theory and network analysis. Dr. Falk also teaches a highly popular course on Blockchain technology for Penn’s Master’s in Computing and Information Technology program.
He received his Sc.B. in mathematics from Brown University, and his Ph.D. in mathematics from UCLA.
- Alon Benhaim
- Quadratic Voting in Blockchain Governance
- Committee-based consensus mechanisms
- David Cao
- Optimal fees in Automated Market Makers
- Daniel Noble
- Distributed Oblivious RAM (DORAM)
- Efficient Proactive Secret Sharing
- Niuniu Zhang
- Artist compensations in NFTs
- Ben Leimberger
- Caroline Cai
- Jennifer Yen
- William Chen (Independent Study)
- Sorting routines for encrypted data using the HELib Fully-Homomorphic Encryption Library
- Raja Atluri (EAS 499 Thesis)
- Daniel Trinh (EAS 499 Thesis)
- Parth Chopra (EAS 499 Thesis)
- Joseph Gao (EAS 499 Thesis)
- Yassine Saadi-Elmandjra (ESE 290 Thesis)
- Wai Wu (EAS 499 Thesis)
- Tim Clancy (Independent Study)
- Michael Rudow (Masters Thesis)
- Nick Wasylyshyn (Masters Thesis)
- Brian Schroeder (EAS 499 Thesis)