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      Женя Вассерман

Assistant Professor
Department of Computing and Information Sciences
Kansas State University
eyv (at) ksu (dot) edu
Office: 316A Nichols Hall
Phone: 785.532.7944
Spring 2014 office hours:
Mondays 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM
Thursdays 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
By appointment: click here to send me an email

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Research interests:

Teaching:

  Fall 2014:   CIS 525: Telecommunications and Data Communications Systems
  Spring 2014:   CIS 755: Advanced Computer Security
  Fall 2013:   CIS 525: Telecommunications and Data Communications Systems
  Spring 2013:   CIS 755: Advanced Computer Security
  Fall 2012:   CIS 525: Telecommunications and Data Communications Systems
  Spring 2012:   CIS 755: Advanced Computer Security
  Fall 2011:   CIS 590/798: Secure Networks and Distributed Systems
  Spring 2011:   CIS 590/890: Advanced Computer Security
  Fall 2010:   CIS 890: Secure Networks and Distributed Systems

Students:
I'm always looking for bright and motivated students (both graduate and undergraduate) who share my research interests (listed below) or just want to work with or learn more about security. If you are currently at K-State,
email me or stop by my office (Nichols 316A); tell me about yourself, and we can discuss your interests. If you aren't K-State then I would encourage you to apply (PhD or MS) and indicate an interest in computer and information security.
Hint: While I try to answer all emails I don't always get the chance. A good way to make yourself stand out is to have specific questions, comments, or novel suggestions regarding security research or papers. A terrible way to make yourself stand out is to ask questions to which you can easily find the answer yourself.

I have the privilege of working with a number of bright and talented students:

Current: Alumni:

Conferences and such:


I sometimes sign my email with PGP/GPG. (I used to do it more often – almost always – but some webmail and mobile email clients balk when seeing S/MIME or PGP/MIME. Hopefully the situation will improve.) My key fingerprint is: 556D D043 A29D 0C43 7387 2126 D525 1219 1CA1 4FA7